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Pitchfork adds Wild Flag, Beach House, Real Estate to festival lineup

The Pitchfork Music Festival filled out its July 13-15 lineup at Union Park by announcing 21 bands and artists Thursday, including Beach House, Wild Flag and Real Estate.

Also added were Big K.R.I.T., Atlas Sound, Cults and Real Estate, among others, bringing the total number of bands to 45 that will play the three-day festival. Tickets ($45) are available at ticketweb.com.

Lollapalooza is expected to announce its 130-band lineup for the Aug. 3-5 festival in Grant Park on Wednesday. Three-day passes ($230) are on sale at lollapalooza.com.

Here’s the final Pitchfork lineup:

July 13: A$AP Rocky, Willis Earl Beal, Big K.R.I.T., Clams Casino, Dirty Projectors, Feist, Tim Hecker, Lower Dens, the Olivia Tremor Control, Outer Minds, Purity Ring.

July 14: The Atlas Moth, Atlas Sound, Danny Brown, Cloud Nothings, Cults, Flying Lotus, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Grimes, Hot Chip, Nicolas Jaar, Liturgy, Lotus Plaza, the Psychic Paramount, Schoolboy Q, Sleigh Bells, Wild Flag, Youth Lagoon.

July 15: A Lull, AraabMUZIK, Beach House, Chavez, Dirty Beaches, the Field, Iceage, King Krule, Kendrick Lamar, the Men, Milk Music, Thee Oh Sees, Oneohtrix Point Never, Real Estate, Ty Segall, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Vampire Weekend.

greg@gregkot.com

 

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