Solange and LCD Soundsystem Will Headline the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival

Joe Veix
Solange and LCD Soundsystem Will Headline the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival

The lineup for the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival was announced on Friday. Headliners LCD Soundsystem, Solange and A Tribe Called Quest will be joined by a long list of solid acts—including Angel Olsen, Dirty Projectors, George Clinton, and the Feelies. Basically, more than enough reasons to justify dealing with the huge crowds and the inevitable sunburn.

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Tickets are currently on sale here, going for $75 per day or $175 for a three-day pass. And, since music festivals are apparently becoming as irrationally stratified as airline classes, you can pay $365 for "Pitchfork +Plus" tickets, which offers exclusive amenities like "shaded seating areas" and "come and go" access to the festival. Ah, to live a life of luxury, and be able to afford expensive shade.

The festival will take place at Chicago's Union Park from July 14 to 16. Read the full lineup below.

Friday (July 14)
LCD Soundsystem
Dirty Projectors
Danny Brown
Thurston Moore
Vince Staples
Arca
Kamaiyah
Hiss Golden Messenger
Frankie Cosmos
William Tyler
D∆WN
Priests
Madame Gandhi

Saturday (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
Vagabon

Sunday (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
Kilo Kish

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