Pitchfork designed a masterclass in festival teasers as they’ve been slowly announcing headliners and the excellent bands playing Pitchfork Fest 2018 in Chicago this year. There was a huge gasp as we finally got more Tame Impala fest headlining dates, and fans were thrilled to see the lineup round out with stellar indie acts like Alex G and Japanese Breakfast. Now that the full lineup is out, Pitchfork is looking incredibly strong. Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs and Blood Orange are crowd pleasers while the iconic Ms. Lauryn Hill and Chaka Khan bring in the class and legacy. All in all, Pitchfork 2018 is a strong contender for one of our favorite fests of the year. Read the full lineup below and check out our recap from last year here.


You can grab your tickets here. Both 3 day passes ($175) and Single Day passes $75 are a steal, as even going one day is well worth the money.

Friday, July 20

Tame Impala

Courtney Barnett

Mount Kimbie

Big Thief

Earl Sweatshirt

Syd

Julien Baker

Saba

Open Mike Eagle

Julie Byrne

Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society

Lucy Dacus

Melkbelly

The Curls

Saturday, July 21

Fleet Foxes

The War on Drugs

Blood Orange

Raphael Saadiq

This Is Not This Heat

Moses Sumney

Kelela

Girlpool

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

Circuit des Yeux

Nilüfer Yanya

Zola Jesus

berhana

Paul Cherry

Sunday, July 22

Ms. Lauryn Hill–The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Performance

Chaka Khan

DRAM

Noname

Japandroids

(Sandy) Alex G

Alex Cameron

Smino

Japanese Breakfast

Kelly Lee Owens

Ravyn Lenae

Kweku Collins

Irreversible Entanglements

Nnamdi Ogbonnaya