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Pitchfork Music Festival 2020 lineup

Indie rockers, rappers, experimental acts and local artists fill out the 2020 lineup for Pitchfork Music Festival

By Zach Long
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Celebrating its 15th year in Union Park, Pitchfork Music Festival consistently boasts one of the most interesting summer music festival lineups, bringing together indie rockers, hip-hop artists and experimental musicians for a three-day party on the West Side.

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This year, early-aughts indie-rock darlings the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, hip-hop duo Run the Jewels and dour rockers the National headline the fest. Obviously, there are plenty of other notable names on the bill: indie-rock balladeer Angel Olsen, reunited brother-and-sister duo the Fiery Furnaces, rapper Danny Brown and experimental rocker Kim Gordon.

There's also a slew of local talent on the bill, including rowdy rock outfit Twin Peaks, R&B singer Kaina, nimble rapper Femdot, Latinx psych-rock outfit Divino Niño and lo-fi trio Dehd.

Take a look at the complete Pitchfork Music Festival 2020 lineup below and stay tuned for the release of daily schedules later this year.

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Pitchfork Music Festival 2020 lineup

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Photograph: Erica Gannett

Friday, July 17

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Angel Olsen
The Fiery Furnaces
Jehnny Beth
Deafheaven
Waxahatchee
Tim Hecker & The Konoyo Ensemble
SOPHIE
Fennesz
Hop Along
Dehd
SPELLLING
KAINA
Femdot

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Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Saturday, July 18

Run the Jewels
Sharon Van Etten
Twin Peaks
Danny Brown
Thundercat
Cat Power
Tierra Whack
BADBADNOTGOOD
Dave
Oso Oso
Divino Niño
Boy Scouts
Ezra Collective
Margaux

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The National opens the first of four sold out shows at The Chicago Theatre on April 15, 2014.
Photographer: cousindaniel.com

Sunday, July 19

The National
Big Thief
Kim Gordon
Phoebe Bridgers
Yaeji
Caroline Polachek
DJ Nate
Maxo Kream
Rapsody
Faye Webster
Mariah the Scientist
Dogleg
The Hecks
Dustin Laurenzi’s Snaketime

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