The Chicago-based Pitchfork Music Festival has released its full 2019 lineup for the weekend of July 19-21 at Union Park.
The headliners for the three-day festival will be HAIM, The Isley Brothers for their 60th anniversary celebration and Robyn. Other lineup highlights include Mavis Staples, Belle & Sebastian, Jay Som, Snail Mail, Whitney and Kurt Vile.
Pitchfork editor-in-chief Puja Patel said of the importance of inclusivity for this year’s lineup:
More than half the artists performing are women, including modern pioneers of indie rock and hip-hop, legends of soul and R&B, and a headlining set by the dance-pop icon Robyn. For a national festival that’s so important to a larger music community, the scope of this year’s booking feels especially meaningful.
See the day-by-day breakdown of the festival below, beneath a HAIM performance from the Paste archives.
Pitchfork Music Festival Lineup:
Friday, July 19
Standing on the Corner
Great Black Music Ensemble
Saturday, July 20
The Isley Brothers
– 60th Anniversary Celebration
Belle & Sebastian
Cate Le Bon
Sunday, July 21