Pitchfork’s annual music festivals are fast becoming an iconic staple on the summer concert calendar and this year’s US festival is no exception, with appearances from Tame Impala, Chaka Khan, Earl Sweatshirt and Ms. Lauryn Hill doing a 20th anniversary performance of 1998’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.”
If you are headed to Chicago’s Union Park for the three-day event July 20-22 — or just wish you were — we’ve got your soundtrack all set. Hit play and soak in the vibes.
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