The 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival has announced the headliners for their annual music festival this year. A Tribe Called Quest, Solange, and LCD Soundsystem will be headlining the event this year. The music festival will take place on July 14-16, 2017 at Union Park in Chicago, Illinois. Tickets are available for $75 a day or as a three-day pass for $175. The festival also is providing a new three-day-plus pass for $365. The plus pass includes access to premium food vendors and speciality cocktails Air-conditioned bathrooms, Access to private speciality bars (21+ only), Admittance to shaded seating areas, use of cell-phone charging stations, Complimentary storage lockers *, exclusive and expedited entry to festival, and “come and Go” re-entry access to the festival grounds. Tickets can be purchased here.
LCD Soundsystem will be headlining Pitchfork Music Festival on July 14. After a breakup in 2011, the band announced in 2015 that they would be reuniting and they released a Christmas song called “Christmas Will Break Your Heart” that served as the band’s first single in years. The reunion became official when they headlined Coachella 2016. This set in motion a number of festival appearances in the summer. The band is prepping a new album to release this year and an upcoming tour
The iconic rap group A Tribe Called Quest will headline on July 15. The group reunited to release their final studio album, We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service. The album was released on Nov. 11, 2016, eight months after the death of member Phife Dawg. The album received positive reviews and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200.
Solange Knowles will headline Pitchfork Music Festival on July 16. She has made a massive resurgence in the last year with her release of her third studio album. A Seat at the Table released on Sept. 30, 2016. The album was universally acclaimed by critics and has a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance.