March 8, 2012 |
Plan on heading to Union Park from July 13-15 to catch Vampire Weekend, Feist, Hot Chip and many of the other bands on the 2012 Pitchfork lineup ? If so, be sure to get in line for tickets, which go on sale at noon CST March 9. One-day passes will cost $45 and a limited amount of three-day passes will cost $110. Be sure to visit Pitchfork's website to buy tickets online.
July 3, 2012 |
While three-day passes for the Pitchfork Music Festival2012 have sold out, music lovers everywhere will be able to tune in to the concert for free online. Pitchfork has announced that the festival will be streamed live on its YouTube page - http://www.youtube.com/pitchforktv . The concert is scheduled from July 13-15 at Union Park in Chicago and will feature musical guests such as Vampire Weekend, Feist, Beach House, Dirty Projectors and many others. Individual tickets are still available and can be purchased for $45 each at www.ticketweb.com . For more...
February 28, 2012 |
Mark your calendars, pack the sunscreen and start to cheer (either sincerely or sarcastically): Pitchfork is back. The annual Union Park fest returns July 13-15, organizers announced this morning, along with the first wave of acts appearing at the summer bash. Headliners include Vampire Weekend, Feist and Godspeed You! Black Emperor, with supporting turns from Hot Chip, Liturgy, Grimes and rising Chicagoan Willis Earl Beal. See all the announced bands here and get ready to buy tickets, on sale noon March 9....
March 26, 2013 |
Well, that didn't take long. At 10 a.m. early-bird three-day passes ($200) went on sale for Lollapalooza 2013 (Aug. 2-4 in Grant Park), reportedly to be headlined by Mumford and Sons, The Killers and Vampire Weekend. Those tickets disappeared almost immediately, giving way to $235 three-day passes that were gone a few hours later. What to do, if you weren't one of the lucky few? Some VIP passes and other pricey options are still available at lollapalooza.com, and single-day tickets go on sale April 9--the same day the full lineup will be...
May 31, 2013 |
Before we talked about “Now You See Me” and more, Dave Franco and I talked music for a few minutes. Click here for our full interview (with video). You've spent a little time in Chicago at Lolla the last few years. What do you remember about those experiences? That's a good question. [Laughs] Foggy weekends? Yeah. I remember the weather being pretty damn good and walking away from this city and being like, “This is the greatest city on earth.” And my buddy who lives here he's like, “[Bleep]
February 21, 2014 |
All hail the new monarch? On Friday, Lily Allen announced on "The Graham Norton Show" that she was going for broke and naming her next album "Sheezus. " (You know, like the Kanye album? Get it? GET IT? ) Instead of rolling our eyes and calling this the hackiest move since "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," we'd like to offer some alternate she-flavored album titles. (Wow, that sounds, um, intimate. Moving on...) "She Can't Be Stopped," Geto Boys "She The Best," DJ Khaled. " (Also: "She The Best Forever.