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CHICAGO — Pitchfork Music Festival will return to Chicago in July, organizers announced Tuesday.

The festival will once again be held in Union Park from July 15 – July 17.

The National will headline opening night on Friday. Mitski headlines Saturday and The Roots close out the festival on Sunday.

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Other musical acts include Parquet Courts, Japanese Breakfast, Spiritualized, Toro y Moi and Low.

More information and ticket sales at

Tickets will go on sale Friday March 11 at 10 a.m. CST. Three-day passes are $200. Single day passes will be $99