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Solange, A Tribe Called Quest To Headline Pitchfork Festival In Chicago

By January 27th, 2021No Comments
Solange, A Tribe Called Quest To Headline Pitchfork Festival In Chicago

Written by Mike Orie of Afrotrak.com

Solange and A Tribe Called Quest will headline this year’s Pitchfork Festival. The 12th annual festival will take place in Union Park in Chicago from July 14th-July 16th.

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A Tribe Called Quest will headline the festival on Saturday, July 15th with Solange headlining on Sunday, July 16th. Pitchfork has also teamed up with Solange’s Saint Heron for on-site art instillations, film screenings, artist talks and more. The tentative schedule for the Saint Heron pop-up is as follows:

Thursday, July 13th @ Black Cinema House at the Stony Island Arts Bank – Saint Heron curated evening of film and discussion

Friday, July 14th @ Soho House Chicago – Poetry reading and discussion presented by Young Chicago Authors and Saint Heron

Saturday, July 15th @ The Promontory – Saint Heron Presents an After Fest Jazz Jam & Party featuring the select house band and special surprise guests

Friday, July 14th – Sunday, July 16th @ On-site Saint Heron Installation Space – Saint Heron will feature works from contemporary black art makers for the duration of the festival

Tickets for Pitchfork are currently on sale for $75/day or $175 for a 3-day pass. A layaway option is currently available and allows for attendees to pay the $175 fee over 3-installments. However it’s only available until March 1st so you have to act fast to take advantage of it.

More artists are expected to be announced soon.

You can purchase tickets for Pitchfork Music Festival here.

What are your thoughts on Solange and ATCQ performing back-to-back?
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Solange, A Tribe Called Quest To Headline Pitchfork Festival In Chicago
Mike “Orie” Mosley is a freelance writer/photographer and cultural advocate from St. Louis. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Arts, Entertainment & Media Management from Columbia College Chicago and a Masters in Higher Education Administration from LSU. He is also the founder of www.afrotrak.com. In his spare time, he’s probably listening to hip hop & neo soul music, hitting up brunch or caught up in deep conversations about Black music. You can follow him on Twitter @mike_orie or on Instagram @mikeorie

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