July’s Pitchfork Music Festival is aiming for two very different audiences with its just-announced headliners. The three-day festival’s headliners will be Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel and Kendrick Lamar. The festival, which began in 2006, will be held in Chicago July 18, 29 and 20.
Other artists appearing at the festival will include St. Vincent, Slowdive, tune-yards, Sharon van Etten, Cloud Nothings, Dum Dum Girls and Real Estate. A three-day pass for the festival is $130; a one-day pass is $60.
The Pitchfork Music Festival attracts more than 50,000 attendees and takes place in Chicago’s Union Park and works with local vendors. Special events during the festival will include a show of the country’s best concert posters, a record fair and a craft fair.
More information can be found on the festival’s website.