The 2015 Pitchfork Music Festival celebrates 10 years this summer, and will run from Friday, July 17th through Sunday, July 19th at Chicago's Union Park. The independently run, three-day event remains committed to offering an inclusive, reasonably priced and enriching weekend of music. The lineup continues to be one of the most exciting, diverse and unique of any festival around. We can't wait to share this year's lineup, details of which will be announced in February.
Tickets to the 2015 Pitchfork Music Festival are available now for purchase. A limited number of three-day passes are currently available for $150 and single day passes available for $65. The initial batch of three day passes will include a free one-year subscription to The Pitchfork Review (a $49.99 value). Our three-day passes will sell out very quickly, so we encourage you to act fast! Purchase your tickets for the festival HERE.
Pitchfork is the essential guide to independent music and beyond. It is an award-winning online music magazine that Time has called one of the world's 50 best websites and the New York Times has hailed as "the most prominent brand in online music journalism." With more than 6 million unique visitors each month and 500,000 visits each day, Pitchfork has one of the web's most loyal audiences and is widely considered the world's most popular, trusted, and influential music publication. Pitchfork has also created several successful brand extensions, including Pitchfork Music Festivals in Chicago and Paris, as well as the online music network Pitchfork.tv and its expanding mobile platforms. In 2013, Pitchfork launched the film publication, The Dissolve.
The 5th issue of The Pitchfork Review, out in February, features an interview with Björk by Jessica Hopper, a photo essay from Roger Steffens, the queer legacy of the B-52's (featuring Michael Stipe, Fred Schneider, Beth Ditto, Bradford Cox, Kate Pierson, Andy Butler and more), an oral history of the making of Jawbreaker's 24 Hour Revenge Therapy, NWA and the dawn of "reality rap", and many other great articles.
AUTHOR CREDIT: AMANDA COWAN