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Pitchfork Music Festival 2019 lineup and schedule

Indie rockers, rappers, experimental acts and local artists fill out the Pitchfork Music Festival 2019 lineup

Photograph: Jaclyn Elizabeth Rivas
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Occurring each 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, experimental performers and more.

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This year, California pop-rock trio HAIM, Motown R&B legends the Isley Brothers and Swedish electro-pop star Robyn headline the three-day festival. The notable names don't stop there: Reunited avant-garde pop act Stereolab, resurgent rapper Pusha-T, psychedelic rockers Khruangbin and "I Love It" singer Charli XCX will also perform throughout the weekend.

There's also a slew of local talent on the bill, including gospel singer Mavis Staples (who turns 80 this summer) and the return of folk-rock act Whitney. Attendees will also be treated to sets from Chicago-based acts like Grapetooth, Valee, the Great Black Music Ensemble, Ric Wilson, Lala Lala, Dreezy and Tasha.

Take a look at the complete Pitchfork Music Festival 2019 lineup and schedule below.

Pitchfork Music Festival 2019 lineup

Haim performs at The Riviera Theatre on May 17, 2014.
Photograph: cousindaniel.com

Friday, July 19

1:00 Great Black Music Ensemble (Green Stage)
1:45 MIKE (Red Stage)
2:30 Standing on the Corner (Green Stage)
2:45 Rico Nasty (Blue Stage)
3:20 Valee (Red Stage)
4:00 Grapetooth (Blue Stage)
4:15 Sky Ferreira (Green Stage)
5:15 Earl Sweatshirt (Red Stage)
5:15 Julia Holter (Blue Stage)
6:15 Pusha-T (Green Stage)
6:30 Soccer Mommy (Blue Stage)
7:25 Mavis Staples (Red Stage)
7:45 Low (Blue Stage)
8:30 HAIM (Green Stage)

The Isley Brothers
Photograph: Courtesy the artist

Saturday, July 20

1:00 Lala Lala (Green Stage)
1:45 Ric Wilson (Red Stage)
2:30 CHAI (Green Stage)
2:45 Tirzah (Blue Stage)
3:20 Cate Le Bon (Red Stage)
4:00 Jay Som (Blue Stage)
4:15 Parquet Courts (Green Stage)
5:15 Kurt Vile (Red Stage)
5:15 Amber Mark (Blue Stage)
6:15 Stereolab (Green Stage)
6:30 Freddie Gibbs (Blue Stage)
7:25 Belle & Sebastian (Red Stage)
7:45 Jeremih (Blue Stage)
8:30 The Isley Brothers
(Green Stage)

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Robyn
Photograph: Heji Shin

Sunday, July 21

1:00 Dreezy (Green Stage)
1:45 Flasher (Red Stage)
2:30 Black Midi (Green Stage)
2:45 Tasha (Blue Stage)
3:20 JPEGMAFIA (Red Stage)
4:00 Ibeyi (Blue Stage)
4:15 Clairo (Green Stage)
5:15 Khruangbin (Red Stage)
5:15 Amen Dunes (Blue Stage)
6:15 Whitney (Green Stage)
6:30 Neneh Cherry (Blue Stage)
7:25 Charli XCX (Red Stage)
7:45 Snail Mail (Blue Stage)
8:30 Robyn
(Green Stage)

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