The National, Yeah Yeah Yeahs to headline Pitchfork Music Festival 2020

All these artists and more at Pitchfork Music Festival’s 15th anniversary.

Matt Berninger

Matt Berninger of The National performs during Voodoo Music & Arts Experience at City Park on October 26, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Image: Erika Goldring/Getty Images

Pitchfork Music Festival have announced their full line-up yesterday, headlined by The National, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Run the Jewels. The music festival takes place this summer on 17-19 July, at Chicago’s Union Park. This marks the festival’s 15th anniversary.

The festival kicks off on Friday with acts like Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Hop Along, with Saturday featuring Run the Jewels, Thundercat, Twin Peaks, Cat Power, Divino Niño and Ezra Collective. The National will close off the festival on Sunday, alongside artists like Big Thief, Dogleg, and The Hecks.

Ticket prices go for $75 a day or $185 for a three-day pass. Alternatively, the Pitchfork PLUS tier is $160 a day or $385 for a three-day pass and includes a variety of exclusive amenities including premium food vendors, private specialty bars and premium air-conditioned bathrooms.

Tickets are on sale now. More information about the Pitchfork Music Festival can be found at


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