Pitchfork Music Festival Sets Headliners

LCD Soundsystem, A Tribe Called Question, and Solange are this year's headliners, according to Ticketfly, where tickets to the festival are now on sale. Pitchfork is now announcing the headliners via Facebook live.

LCD Soundsystem will serve as the third headliner of the annual Chicago-based event.

Reunited dance rockers LCD Soundsystem, R&B singer-songwriter (and Beyoncé's sister) Solange and alternative hip-hop outfit A Tribe Called Quest will take the top slots at the Union Park festival, which runs from July 14-16.

Tickets to the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival, including a newly announced Pitchfork +Plus VIP tier, are available at this link. Individual day passes will set you back $75. The special passes include access to premium food vendors and specialty cocktails, air-conditioned bathrooms, private bars, shaded seating areas, cellphone charging stations, free storage lockers, and expedited entry to the fest.

More performers are expected to be announced soon.

The Pitchfork Music Festival has also announced a collaboration with Solange's label Saint Heron, featuring artwork, a film screening, talks, jazz sessions and more, located throughout Chicago from Thursday, July 13 - July 16.

  • Zachary Reyes