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As the city slowly wakes up and begins shaking off the bone-chilling cold, a sign of spring as sure as empty Cheetos bags blossoming out of half-melted snow drifts has arrived in Chicago: The annual announcement of the Pitchfork Music Festival lineup. Now in its 14th(!) year, the festival returns to Chicago’s Union Park from July 19 to July 21 with a typically eclectic (and nostalgia-friendly) lineup led by Swedish pop sensation Robyn, L.A. sister trio HAIM, and Midwestern funk-rock stalwarts The Isley Brothers celebrating 60 years of music.

This year’s Pitchfork festival also features Stereolab’s first North American show in 10 years, as well as sets from artists like Pusha-T, Earl Sweatshirt, Freddie Gibbs, Charli XCX, Belle & Sebastian, Snail Mail, and Sky Ferriera. The full lineup for this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival is below, via Pitchfork. Festival passes and individual day tickets are already on sale, and can be purchased here.

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Friday, July 19:

HAIM
Mavis Staples
Earl Sweatshirt
Jeremih
Sky Ferreira
Low
Soccer Mommy
Julia Holter
Grapetooth
Rico Nasty
Valee
Standing on the Corner
MIKE
Great Black Music Ensemble

Saturday, July 20:

The Isley Brothers - 60th Anniversary Celebration
Belle & Sebastian
Stereolab
Kurt Vile
Pusha-T
Parquet Courts
Freddie Gibbs
Amber Mark
Jay Som
Cate Le Bon
Tirzah
CHAI
Ric Wilson
Lala Lala

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Sunday, July 21:

Robyn
Charli XCX
Whitney
Khruangbin
Clairo
Snail Mail
Neneh Cherry
Ibeyi
Amen Dunes
JPEGMAFIA
Flasher
Black Midi
Dreezy
Tasha

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