Pitchfork Music Festival 2024 announces line-up: Alanis Morissette, Black Pumas, and Jamie xx to Headline

Pitchfork Music Festival

Chicago’s Union Park is gearing up for a music extravaganza as the Pitchfork Music Festival announces its lineup for 2024. From July 19 to July 21, music enthusiasts will be treated to a diverse range of performances from renowned artists across three exciting days.

Friday’s lineup sets the tone with dynamic acts such as Black Pumas, Jai Paul, and 100 gecs taking the stage. The energy continues on Saturday with Jamie xx, Carly Rae Jepsen, and De La Soul among the highlights. Wrapping up the festival on Sunday, audiences can expect stellar performances from Alanis Morissette, Brittany Howard, and Grandmaster Flash, ensuring a memorable finale.

Ticket options cater to various preferences, with General Admission passes available for $219 for the full weekend or $109 for a single day. For enhanced festival experiences, attendees can opt for the PLUS or VIP upgrades. The PLUS pass, priced at $399 for three days or $199 for one day, offers exclusive amenities, while the VIP pass, new to this year’s festival, provides unparalleled perks including side-stage viewing, backstage access, catered meals, and more, with prices starting at $699 for three days or $379 for one day.

Pitchfork Music Festival promises an immersive musical journey, with ticket payment plans available for added convenience. For those eager to secure their spot at one of Chicago’s premier summer events, tickets are on sale now.

Stay updated on all Pitchfork 2024 news, lineup additions, and ticket information by visiting PitchforkMusicFestival.com and following @PitchforkFest on Instagram and Facebook.

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