HAIM & The Isley Brothers Set To Headline Pitchfork Music Festival 2019, Pusha-T, Freddie Gibbs & Chicago’s Own Jeremih, Valee & Dreezy Also Set To Play

Early this morning, Pitchfork announced the lineup for this year’s annual Pitchfork Music Festival here at Chicago’s own Union Park and it’s a really solid lineup with Robyn, HAIM and The Isley Brothers headlining the three-day festival that will take place from July 19th-July 21st.   With The Isley Brothers headlining performance also a 60th anniversary celebration that will feature special guests.

While the normally mostly Hip-Hop heavy based festival that usually brings along some of the biggest Hip-Hop acts of the past year to perform at the annual three-day festival has done so again for Pitchfork Music Festival 2019.  As Pusha-T, Freddie Gibbs and Earl Sweatshirt are among those set to perform.  With Chicago’s very own Jeremih, Valee and Dreezy also among some of the more notable names in Hip-Hop and R&B coming off big years that have been noteworthy names that are apart of this year’s lineup.

Tickets to Pitchfork Music Festival are on sale for $75 a day or $175 for a three-day pass.  The Pitchfork PLUS tier is $375 for a three-day pass and features a variety of exclusive amenities including: premium food vendors, private specialty bars, and premium air-conditioned bathrooms.  Details and tickets are available here.  Check out last year’s photo gallery highlighting the best moments of the 2018 festival here.

Also the full lineup for all three days is listed on the flyer below.