1:31 PM EDT, March 26, 2012
The Pitchfork Music Festival added 11 bands Monday to its lineup, and announced that three-day passes for the July 13-15 event at Union Park are sold out.
The new additions include Sleigh Bells, Dirty Projectors, the Olivia Tremor Control, Flying Lotus, Danny Brown, Clams Casino, Iceage, Purity Ring, the Men, Schoolboy Q and the Atlas Moth. Individual tickets ($45) are still available for each of the three days at ticketweb.com; the festival has sold out each of its first six years with about 19,000 attending each day.
Here is each day’s lineup so far, with 20 more acts to be announced in coming weeks:
July 13: Feist, Dirty Projectors, the Olivia Tremor Control, A$AP Rocky, Clams Casino, Tim Hecker, Purity Ring, Willis Earl Beal
July 14: Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Hot Chip, Sleigh Bells, Flying Lotus, Grimes, Danny Brown, Schoolboy Q, Cloud Nothings, Liturgy, the Atlas Moth.
July 15: Vampire Weekend, AraabMUZIK, Kendrick Lamar. the Men, the Field, Iceage.
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