Pitchfork Music Festival Returns For 15th Anniversary In September
Pitchfork Music Festival will return for its 15th anniversary Sept. 10-12 at Chicago’s Union Park. The celebrated publication has pulled out the big guns with headliners Erykah Badu, Phoebe Bridgers and St. Vincent.
Pitchfork is providing a bit more variety than other major, recently announced music festivals across the country. Attendees will find acts like The Fiery Furnaces—who return to the stage for the first time in a decade—as well as Thundercat, Animal Collective, Waxahatchee, Cat Power, Kim Gordon, Angel Olsen, Yves Tumor and many more. The full lineup can be found here.
According to Pitchfork, the festival will be following the Chicago city guidelines on public safety concerning COVID-19. They encourage attendees to stay updated on the Health and Safety page of the festival website as federal and state regulations change. Masks are required. As of May 20, the page also reads:
“All attendees, vendors, staff, artists, and anyone ages 12 and older entering Union Park will need to be fully inoculated against COVID-19, or have proof of a negative PCR test within the past 24 hours, for each day of the Festival.”
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Single day and three-day tickets are on sale now. PLUS tickets are also available. This upgrade provides festival-goers with VIP hangout spots, elevated stage viewing areas, storage lockers and charging stations, curated food and cocktails from Chicago hotspots, air-conditioned bathrooms and more.