#P4Kfest returns for its 14th year on 19-21 July

Located in the heart of Chicago, Pitchfork Music Festival, also known as the baby to the overarching publication Pitchfork, is a highly-anticipated annual event that brings together mainstream hip-hop, indie, experimental, and underground acts together under one roof. Although smaller in comparison to its Chi-town festival siblings, Spring Awakening and Lollapalooza Chicago, Pitchfork plans to bring some of the hottest acts the city has seen in months — including Jeremih, Pusha-T, Sky Ferreira, Rico Nasty and Charli XCX.

Pitchfork Festival will also be turning 14 years old in 2019, which we all know means the festival plans to roll out the red carpet for not only its acts, but its guests. This means amenities that other major festivals normally wouldn’t offer, such as their Book Fort, Renegade Craft Fair, Flatstock Poster Fair, and more. This independent festival prides itself on being not only affordable, but one of Chicago’s finest places to party.

Pitchfork Festival will take place between July 19 and 21st, 2019 in Union Park. Tickets are currently on sale for Single Day Passes ($75) or 3-Day Passes ($175 until May 31st), so check them out before it’s too late!

 

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JPEGMAFIA (@jpegmafia) performing at #MidwinterChicago — 📷 by @mattliefandersonstudio for Pitchfork

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