Chicago’s annual Pitchfork Festival usually bookends its quasi-cousin, Lollapalooza, as the city’s preeminent music jamborees. With Pitchfork taking place at its familiar stomping grounds, Union Park on Chicago’s West Side, the headliners for the festival have been announced.
Solange, A Tribe Called Quest and LCD Soundsystem will close out the weekends of July 14th through 16th: LCD Soundsystem will take the 14th, A Tribe Called Quest on the 15th, and Solange the 17th.
Tickets, which are available now, for the Pitchfork Festival start at (the surprisingly low, by today’s standards) $75 per day, and as little as $175 for the entire weekend.
In related Knowles news, Solange’s older sister Beyoncé has as expected pulled out of her headlining slot at Coachella, as she is expecting twins in the coming months, and will instead perform in 2018.