Pitchfork lineup adds PJ Harvey, George Clinton, the Feelies and more

A rare North American visit from PJ Harvey and even rarer appearances by Australian hip-hop maestros the Avalanches and legendary New Jersey post-punk band the Feelies are among the highlights of the complete lineup announced Friday for the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago.

The 12th annual festival, which arrives July 14-16 in Union Park, previously announced its headliners: LCD Soundsystem, A Tribe Called Quest and Solange.


The rest of the lineup is just as strong, including such acclaimed artists as Vince Staples, Angel Olsen and Jamila Woods, and veteran pioneers such as George Clinton, Ride and Chicago house DJ Derrick Carter.

Here’s the complete lineup for each day:

July 14: LCD Soundsystem, Dirty Projectors, Danny Brown, Thurston Moore, Vince Staples, Arca, Kamaiyah, Hiss Golden Messenger, Frankie Cosmos, William Tyler, Dawn Richard, Priests, and Madame Ghandi.

July 15: A Tribe Called Quest, PJ Harvey, Angel Olsen, The Feelies, George Clinton, Mitski, Madlib, Arab Strap, S U R V I V E, Francis and the Lights, Weyes Blood, Jeff Rosenstock, Cherry Glazerr, and Vagabon.

July 16: Solange, Nicolas Jaar, The Avalanches, Ride, American Football, Isaiah Rashad, Hamilton Leithauser, Pinegrove, Jamila Woods, Colin Stetson, Derrick Carter, Joey Purp, NE-HI, and Kilo Kish.

Tickets ($75 per day, $175 for three-day pass) are available at pitchfork.com.

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