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Pitchfork Music Festival 2013 tickets on sale today

No use waiting to look ahead: 2013 and everything that comes with it is almost here, so the folks behind the Pitchfork Music Festival are giving you a chance to check something off your to-do list now.

Beginning today, the fest offers a $95 three-day pass for the 2013 fest (July 19-21 in Union Park). None of the acts have been announced, of course, and the 2012 lineup was quite underwhelming, but $95 sounds a lot better than the $120 regular price that tickets will go for after the discounted ones sell out. (Single-day tickets will be $50.)

These won't be around for long, so if you think you want to spend all three days at Pitchfork next year, buy now. You can click here to purchase tickets.

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