Pitchfork Music Festival Steaming Online


It’s that time of year when sweaty fanatics and the musically enthused descend upon Chicago’s Union Park to romp around in the sun and delight in the Pitchfork Music Festival. The three-stage festival runs from July 13 to 15 highlighting acts like Feist, The Olivia Tremor Control, A$AP Rocky, Grimes, Nicolas Jaar, Vampire Weekend, Atlas Sound, Sleigh Bells, Japandroids, Dirty Projectors, Beach House, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

For those attending the nearly sold out festival, the official Pitchfork Music Festival app might be of use in planning how to navigate the sea of attendees and guarantee the best locations at your favorite acts. For those not attending, the best views for select acts will be streaming online via Pitchfork.tv on Youtube.


Live-streaming begins at 3:30 PM Central time with Lower Dens. The full streaming schedule is available below.

Friday, July 13:
3:30-4:20 Lower Dens
4:35-5:25 The Olivia Tremor Control
5:30-6:20 A$AP Rocky
6:25-7:15 Big K.R.I.T.
7:20-8:20 Dirty Projectors

Saturday, July 14:
1:00-1:40 The Psychic Paramount
1:45-2:25 Cloud Nothings
2:30-3:15 Atlas Sound
3:20-4:10 Cults
5:15-6:10 Wild Flag
7:25-8:25 Hot Chip

Sunday, July 15:
1:00-1:40 Dirty Beaches
1:45-2:25 Unknown Mortal Orchestra
3:20-4:10 Ty Segall
4:15-5:10 Real Estate
5:15-6:10 Chavez
6:15-7:15 AraabMUZIK
8:30-9:50 Vampire Weekend


Attribution

Pitchfork


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