The summer seems a long way off, but plans for the 2016 summer music festival season are already well under way. Today, the Pitchfork Music Festival announced that it will be returning to Union Park on July 15–17 for the 11th edition of the annual event.
There's no word on a lineup yet (we have a feeling we may get an update next week), but if you're willing to put your trust in the tastemakers at the indie-leaning publication, you can purchase an early bird three-day pass for $140 today. Supplies are limited, so you'll need to act quickly. Once the early bird passes run out, three-day passes will be available for $165 (a $15 increase over last year's price) and single-day tickets will go for $65.