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    Catch FKA twigs, Sufjan, And More At Pitchfork This Year

    chi-town, what's good?

    by Hayden Manders February 19, 2016

    Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images.

    Pitchfork Music Festival 2016 is officially a go. Much to our surprise, the lineup for this coming July’s three-day event was released today. FKA twigs, Carly Rae Jepsen, Sufjan Stevens, Shamir, Jeremih, and more are all slated to perform in Chicago’s Union Park. In true Pitchfork fashion, the lineup is a perfect mix of new artists and popular mainstays. Pitchfork refers to this, in a press release, as “[striking] a balance between discovery and celebration—a true music fan’s destination.”

    Indeed, each day is stacked with old favs and soon-to-be new favs. The variety of genres means there’s going to be something for everyone. From the blissful pop of Jepsen to Blood Orange and all his vibes, Union Park is going to sound like your cool friend’s best mixtape. The plus is you’ll be experiencing it live, with a group of strangers all gathered for one thing: the music.

    Tickets are on sale now, ranging from $65 for day passes to $165 for three-day passes. See you in Chicago in July! Check the full lineup below.

    Friday, July 15
    Beach House
    Broken Social Scene
    Carly Rae Jepsen
    Girl Band
    Julia Holter
    Mick Jenkins
    Moses Sumney
    The Range
    Shamir
    Twin Peaks
    Whitney

    Saturday, July 16
    ANDERSON .Paak & The Free Nationals
    BJ the Chicago Kid
    Blood Orange
    Brian Wilson performing Pet Sounds
    Car Seat Headrest
    Circuit des Yeux
    Digable Planets
    Holly Herndon
    Jenny Hval
    Kevin Morby
    Martin Courtney
    Oneman
    Royal Headache
    Savages
    Sufjan Stevens
    Super Furry Animals

    Sunday, July 17
    Empress Of
    FKA twigs
    Holy Ghost!
    The Hotelier
    Jeremih
    Jlin
    Kamasi Washington
    LUH.
    Miguel
    NAO
    Neon Indian
    Oneohtrix Point Never
    Porches
    RP Boo
    Sun Ra Arkestra
    Thundercat
    Woods

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