Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
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2020 Pitchfork Festival: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Run The Jewels, The National To Headline
For its milestone 15th year, Pitchfork Music Festival has announced its 2020 lineup.
Taking place in Chicago's Union Park this summer, GRAMMY-winning group The National, GRAMMY nominees Run The Jewels and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are set to headline the festival's main stage on the weekend of Friday, July 17 through Sunday, July 19.
Other artists featured on the festival’s lineup include Angel Olsen, Yaeji, Waxahatchee, Maxo Kream, Kim Gordon, Twin Peaks and Danny Brown, among others. Pitchfork Fest will also serve as the home of the first Fiery Furnaces performance in 10 years.
Both general admission and Pitchfork PLUS passes are available for purchase starting today. Three-day general admission passes are available for $185, while PLUS passes, which include access to private bars, curated food experiences, shaded seating and an elevated viewing platform of the festival’s Blue Stage are available at $385.
Single-day passes are also available, with single-day general admission running at $75 and single day PLUS passes costing $160. Tickets can be purchased here.
Although the festival does not take place until mid-summer, in celebration of the festival's rollout Pitchfork is hosting a series of free parties at the Chicago Athletic Association tonight (Feb. 19) and tomorrow (Feb. 20). More information on the Pitchfork kickoff parties is available here. According to a statement, Pitchfork will host additional 15th-year experiences which will be announced soon.