Pitchfork is pleased to announce an expanded European festival, with the first-ever edition of Pitchfork Music Festival Berlin taking place November 4-6, along with the return of Pitchfork Music Festival London, from November 9-13, and Pitchfork Music Festival Paris, from November 14-21. Each festival will be presented in a multi-venue format, spanning a variety of iconic music clubs in each city.
In its inaugural year, Pitchfork Music Festival Berlin’s musical lineup includes Black Midi, Squid, the Comet Is Coming, I. JORDAN, Nation of Language, Desire, Dehd, Yeule, Club Intl, Fake Fruit, Nia Archives, Crack Cloud, Ivy Sole, Mothermary, Luna Li, DOSS, strongboi, Guerilla Toss, Loshh, and more. Venues taking part in the first-ever Berlin fest include Zenner, Columbia Theater, silent green Kuppelhalle & Betonhalle, Festsaal Kreuzberg, and Metropol.
The following weekend, Pitchfork Music Festival London presents Courtney Barnett, Animal Collective, Faye Webster, Jenny Hval, Cate Le Bon, Desire, William Basinski, Injury Reserve, Kokoko!, Dehd, Anjimile, Big Joanie, Club Intl, Billy Woods, Girlpool, Lyra Pramuk, Sister Ray, Léa Sen, They Hate Change, Jordana, Marina Herlop, Lido Pimienta, Fake Fruit, Guerilla Toss, Johanna Warren, and more acts announced today. An additional wave of artists will be announced at a later date. Performances will take place across world famous venues including Fabric, Village Underground, EartH Theatre, EartH Hall, Oval Space, Pickle Factory, Islington Assembly Hall, Hackney Church, Shacklewell Arms, St Matthias Church, and the Roundhouse.
Now in its 11th year, Pitchfork Music Festival Paris unveils a lineup featuring Tirzah, TV Girl, Black Country, New Road, Porridge Radio, the Comet Is Coming, Nation of Language, Michelle, Dehd, TV Priest, Falle Nioke, Sam Wise, Ethan P. Flynn, Jeshi, Spirit of the Beehive, They Hate Change, Yunè Pinku, Flowerovlove, yeule, Astrønne, CMAT, Sister Ray, Pip Millett, Nukuluk, Sister Ray, Lena Sen, Sudan Archives, John Glacier, Romero, Grace Ives, and Gretel Hänlyn, among others announced today. Additional artists will be announced at a later date. The beloved Paris festival will take over the city’s most coveted venues, including La Gaîté Lyrique, Le Trianon, Café de la Danse, Saint-Eustache Church, and for the Avant-Garde program in the Bastille area, Supersonic, Badaboum, PopUp!, and Les Disquaires.
Tickets for each event will be sold separately. Pre-sale tickets for Berlin will be available on Thursday, June 30 at 3 p.m. CEST. Visit here for more info. Pre-sale tickets for London will be available on Thursday, June 30 at 2 p.m. BST for Pitchfork Festival’s mailing list, with general on-sale to follow on Friday, July 1 at 10 a.m. BST. Visit here for more info. Tickets for Paris will be available on Friday, July 1 at 11 a.m. CET, with general on-sale to follow on Tuesday, June 28 at 11 a.m. CET. Visit here for more info.
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Source : Pitchfork