Sleater-Kinney, Yaeji, Jonny Greenwood For Pitchfork London 2023

A host of names confirmed for this year's festival...

The first names for Pitchfork London 2023 have been confirmed.

The multi-venue festival returns later this year, opening on November 7th and closing on November 13th. Weyes Blood will play a special show to close the festival, part of a wave of exciting names confirmed for the bill.

Sleater-Kinney will play Pitchfork London, alongside glitch-pop maestro Yaeji, US Girls, left-field composer Alabaster dePlume, and Canadian electronic guru Jessy Lanza.

Chicago wordsmith McKinley Dixon touches down in London for the festival, with other names on the bill including Fly Anakin, Porches, Pearl & The Oysters, and Porridge Radio.

Tickets for each Pitchfork Music Festival London event will be sold separately. Pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday (April 26th) at 10am from Pitchfork Festival’s mailing list, with general on-sale to follow on Friday (April 28th) at 10am.

Dan Monsell, Festival Booker, Pitchfork Music Festival London comments…

We’re massively excited to be announcing such an incredible collection of vital artists, established and breaking, for 2023’s Pitchfork Festival London. The first two years have been full of exceptional moments and performances, and it’s been amazing talking to artists and their teams about creating something really special, and our biggest yet, for this year’s festival.

From unique special UK events, bringing such important international artists back to the UK for the first time in a long time, to our weekend multi-artist and multi-venue run-arounds, there’s so much great stuff for this year we can’t wait to present.

Pitchfork London runs between November 7th – 13th.

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