Tickets discounted now for Chicago fest occurring September 10-12, featured by Erykah Badu, St. Vincent, and Phoebe Bridgers. Pitchfork is staggeringly eager to report the arrival of the Pitchfork Music Festival, occurring Friday, September 10 through Sunday, September 12 at Chicago’s Union Park.
Their fifteenth commemoration occasion will be featured by Erykah Badu, St. Vincent, and Phoebe Bridgers, and will highlight exhibitions by Big Thief, Angel Olsen, Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Kim Gordon, Thundercat, Yaeji, Danny Brown, the Fiery Furnaces (their first show in longer than 10 years), Waxahatchee, Cat Power, Jay Electronica, dark midi, Ty Segall and Freedom Band, DJ Nate, Jamila Woods, Caroline Polachek, Yves Tumor, and many, some more.
Track down the full arrangement of Pitchfork Music Festival 2021, separated by day, beneath.
To guarantee the wellbeing and security of visitors, craftsmen, and staff, the Pitchfork Music Festival will stick to the city of Chicago’s COVID-19 convention and will keep participants refreshed as government, state, and nearby guidelines develop. For the most recent security rules, visit Pitchfork Music Festival’s Health and Safety page.
Tickets are on special at this point. Three-day passes are $195 and single-day passes are $90. The Pitchfork PLUS update, including the scope of select conveniences, is $385 for a three-day pass and $185 for a solitary day pass. In the event that the celebration is deferred or rescheduled because of COVID-19, ticket purchasers can save their passes for the new dates or solicitation a discount. More subtleties are accessible here.
The 2020 celebration was dropped due to the Covid pandemic. Coordinators pledged at an opportunity to have it return in 2020.
Pitchfork is the most recent concert to report its re-visitation of Chicago. Mob Fest declared its lineup a week ago. The yearly open-air music fest will occur on Sept. 17, 18, and 19 in Douglass Park, with Nine Inch Nails as the main event.