The Pitchfork Music Festival held in Chicago at Union Park is returning July 14-16.
Three headliners were recently announced; LCD Soundsystem, A Tribe Called Quest and Solange. Also announced is a multi-media collaboration with Solange Knowles’ Saint Heron label featuring onsite art installation, film screenings, artists talks, late night “jazz jam sessions” in locations throughout Chicago, with more to be announced.
Tickets for the fest are currently $75 a day, and $175 for a three-day pass. Until March 1, ticket buyers can take advantage of a layaway option for regularly priced three-day passes, paying the $175 price over three installments.
Tickets and more info here: http://pitchfork.com/festival/chicago/
More info on the Saint Heron events below:
1. John Talabot – Depak Ine (Nordstorm Bootleg)
2. Adam Stacks – Loving You
3. Jeremy Olander – Caravelle
4. Henry Saiz – Lucero Del Alba
5. Very Addictive – Hurt You (Nordstorm Remix)
6. Johan Ohlson – Always
7. Fehrplay – Nightride
8. Johan Ohlson & Carl Klingstedt – Always
9. Nordstorm – Aira (Magnetic Brothers Remix)
10. Rüfüs – Innerbloom
Coming to Milwaukee
When: Friday, February 24 8PM
Where: Anodyne Walker’s Point Roastery, 224 W. Bruce Street
Josh Evert and The Fatty Acids return from a four-year break in recording to release “Dogs of Entertainment” this Friday at Anodyne Walker’s Point Roastery.
We spoke with Evert recently about growing up with music, liver and onions, Weird Al, and more.