YouTube To Broadcast PitchFork Music Festival

PitchFork Music FestivalDon’t have tickets? No worries. YouTube is livestreaming the Pitchfork Music Festival all weekend long. 

Kicking off tomorrow, the sold out Pitchfork Music Festival will take over the Windy City and bring to the main stage some of today’s biggest alternative acts, including groups such as Wilco, Chance the Rapper and Sleater-Kinney (full lineup with times and stages listed below)

Fans who can’t make it down to the three day concert event in Chicago’s Union Park can watch the entire festival livestreamed on YouTube beginning Friday July 17 at 9:30pm ET / 6:30pm PT.

Tune-in to the Pitchfork Music Festival livestream here:

Additionally, Google Play has created the ultimate Pitchfork Music Festival Playlist to help kick-off the weekend. If you’re pre-gaming at home before the livestream the playlist will help fans get ready for Pitchfork Music Festival with all great hits from artists on this year’s bill. Check it out here:

Pitchfork Music Festival is an internationally recognized music festival for 10 years, with an annual audience of 50,000 attendees from across the nation and 26 different countries.

Streaming schedule (all times listed in Central time):

Friday, July 17:  
8:30pm Wilco (Green)
8:15pm Ought (Blue)
7:20pm Chvrches (Red)
7:15pm Iceage (Blue)
6:25pm Panda Bear (Green)
5:30pm Mac DeMarco (Red)
5:15pm Steve Gunn (Blue)
4:35pm iLoveMakonnen (Green)
4:15pm Jessica Pratt (Blue)
3:30pm Natalie Prass (Red)
3:20pm Ryley Walker (Blue)

Saturday, July 18: 
8:45pm Vic Mensa (Blue)
8:30pm Sleater-Kinney (Green)
7:25pm Future Islands (Red)
6:15pm The New Pornographers (Green)
5:45pm A$AP Ferg (Blue)
5:15pm Parquet Courts (Red)
4:15pm Kurt Vile and the Violators (Green)
3:45pm Vince Staples (Blue)
3:20pm Ex Hex (Red)
2:50pm Mr. Twin Sister (Blue)
1:55pm Bully (Blue)
1:45pm Protomartyr (Red)
1:00pm Jimmy Whispers (Green)

Sunday, July 19:
7:45pm Todd Terje & The Olsens (Blue)
7:25pm Run The Jewels (Red)
6:15pm Caribou (Green)
5:15pm Jamie xx (Red)
4:45pm How To Dress Well (Blue)
4:15pm Courtney Barnett (Green)
3:45pm Perfume Genius (Blue)
3:20pm Madlib & Freddie Gibbs (Red)
2:50pm The Julie Ruin (Blue)
2:30pm Waxahatchee (Green)
1:55pm Mourn (Blue)
1:45pm Viet Cong (Red)
1:00pm Single Mothers (Blue)
1:00pm Bitchin Bajas (Green)

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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography. Member of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society.

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