It’s part of a three-city European event…
Pitchfork Festival will return to London this November.
The multi-venue event will take place between November 9th – 13th at points around the city, with over 100 artists due to contribute.
Pitchfork London is part of a three-pronged live event series, with Pitchfork Berlin and Pitchfork Paris also taking place in the same month.
The first wave of acts confirmed for Pitchfork London is typically broad, including Australian songwriter Courtney Barnett, seminal American group Animal Collective, Jenny Hval, Cate Le Bon, left-field composer William Basinski, and vital UK outfit Big Joanie.
Influential UK producer Lil Silva releases his debut album this summer, and he’ll also perform at Pitchfork London, joining a bill that includes They Hate Change, Coby Sey, Guerilla Toss, Spirit Of The Beehive, and more.
Ticket pre-sale is open now.
Puja Patel, Editor-in-Chief, Pitchfork comments: “Following the celebratory return of Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago last year, along with the sold out debut of Pitchfork London and the success of Pitchfork Paris, it feels exhilarating to launch our first-ever festival in Berlin – a city that has long served as a global focal point of culture and creativity. It’s heartwarming to see Pitchfork resonate with music fans around the world and grow our community in new cities.”
Pitchfork London runs between November 9th – 13th.