Pitchfork Music Festival

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Indie girls, headbangers and hip-hop heads turn out for Kendrick Lamar, Grimes and more at Pitchfork Music Festival, Sunday, July 20, 2014.

The hub for indie music snobs celebrates its tenth anniversary in Chicago. Be prepared for another year of vintage clothing, dusty baseball diamonds and ironic mustaches as the most relevant™ musical acts rock out for a bunch of twentysomethings and nostalgic record collectors. This year, Wilco will reel in the cool dads (and moms) on Friday, reunited riot grrrls Sleater Kinney top the bill on Saturday and Chance the Rapper closes out the fest. Check out the full lineup below.

Friday: Wilco, CHVRCHES, Panda Bear, Mac DeMarco, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Iceage, Ought, Steve Gunn, Tobias Jesso Jr., Jessica Pratt, Natalie Prass, Ryley Walker

Saturday: Sleater Kinney, Future Islands, New Pornographers, Todd Terje, Kurt Vile, Parquet Courts, Ariel Pink, Vic Mensa, A$AP Ferg, Ex Hex, Vince Staples, Future Brown, Shamir, Mr. Twin Sister, Protomartyr

Sunday: Chance the Rapper, Run the Jewels, Caribou, Jamie xx, Madlib & Freddie Gibbs, Courtney Barnett, Perfume Genius, Waxahatchee, Sophie, The Julie Ruin, Clark, How to Dress Well, A. G. Cook, Viet Cong, Bitchin Bajas

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Laura R
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Pitchfork is always a good time, and unlike some of the festivals around, it's a more friendly setting with plenty of room to stretch out or escape to sit on the grass for awhile. There are almost always good vendors too, from food to crafts. And you can win really cool prizes. This is probably my favorite music festival.