Pitchfork Music Festival Schedule Revealed


Pitchfork Music Festival, featuring some of the biggest name in the 2012 indie music scene, has now announced their complete schedule.

The three day festival takes place from July 13-15 in Chicago’s Union Park. Over that weekend, such big names as Feist, The Olivia Tremor Control, A$AP Rocky, Grimes, Nicolas Jaar, Vampire Weekend, Beach House, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor will be performing. Conflicts abound (Ty Segall v. Thee Oh Sees, Atlas Sound vs. his band mate Lotus Plaza, and Clams Casino v. The Dirty Projectors) but are more of a testament to how concentrated the talent is during this weekend.

Below is the full schedule in Central Time. The festival takes place on three stages, which are in parentheses after the artist. Single day tickets are still on sale here (and Pitchfork seems to believe not for much longer). And even if you don’t plan on attending, Pitchfork has in the past offered a limited stream of the events.

Check back on the weekend of the festival, as The Airspace will be covering major shows and news throughout.

FRIDAY, JULY 13 – gates at 3pm
8:30 (GREEN) Feist
8:20 (BLUE) Purity Ring
7:20 (RED) Dirty Projectors
7:15 (BLUE) Clams Casino
6:25 (GREEN) Big K.R.I.T.
6:15 (BLUE) Japandroids
5:30 (RED) A$AP Rocky
5:15 (BLUE) Tim Hecker
4:35 (GREEN) The Olivia Tremor Control
4:15 (BLUE) Willis Earl Beal
3:30 (RED) Lower Dens
3:20 (BLUE) Outer Minds

SATURDAY, JULY 14 – gates at 12pm
8:40 (BLUE) Grimes
8:30 (GREEN) Godspeed You! Black Emperor
7:40 (BLUE) Danny Brown
7:25 (RED) Hot Chip
6:45 (BLUE) Chromatics
6:15 (GREEN) Sleigh Bells
5:45 (BLUE) Schoolboy Q
5:15 (RED) Wild Flag
4:45 (BLUE) Nicolas Jaar
4:15 (GREEN) Flying Lotus
3:45 (BLUE) Youth Lagoon
3:20 (RED) Cults
2:50 (BLUE) Liturgy
2:30 (GREEN) Atlas Sound
1:55 (BLUE) Lotus Plaza
1:45 (RED) Cloud Nothings
1:00 (BLUE) The Atlas Moth
1:00 (GREEN) The Psychic Paramount

SUNDAY, JULY 15 – gates at 12pm
8:30 (GREEN) Vampire Weekend
7:40 (BLUE) The Field
7:25 (RED) Beach House
6:45 (BLUE) King Krule
6:15 (GREEN) AraabMuzik
5:45 (BLUE) Oneohtrix Point Never
5:15 (RED) Chavez
4:45 (BLUE) Kendrick Lamar
4:15 (GREEN) Real Estate
3:45 (BLUE) The Men
3:20 (RED) Ty Segall
2:50 (BLUE) Thee Oh Sees
2:30 (GREEN) Iceage
1:55 (BLUE) Milk Music
1:45 (RED) Unknown Mortal Orchestra
1:00 (BLUE) A Lull
1:00 (GREEN) Dirty Beaches


Attribution

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