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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The National, Run the Jewels to headline Pitchfork 2020

The Fiery Furnaces, Cat Power, Sharon Van Etten, Twin Peaks, The Hecks and Dehd are also among the full lineup announced Wednesday.

Singer Karen Lee Orzolek, better known by her stage name Karen O, performs with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs at the Growlers 6 festival in 2017 in San Pedro, California.
Singer Karen Lee Orzolek, better known by her stage name Karen O, performs with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs at the Growlers 6 festival in 2017 in San Pedro, California. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are among the headliners for the 2020 Pitchfork Music Festival.
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The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Run the Jewels and The National are the headliners for Pitchfork Music Festival 2020 it was announced Wednesday, along with the full lineup for the weekendlong West Loop extravaganza.

This year marks the 15th anniversary of Pitchfork, which will run July 17-20 at Union Park (1501 W. Randolph). A week of special events to commemorate the milestone is in the planning stages; details will be announced at a later date.

Festival tickets are now on sale at pitchforkmusicfestival.com. Single-day passes are $75; 3-day passes are $185. The Pitchfork PLUS upgrade, including exclusive amenities is $385 for a three-day pass and $160 for a single-day pass. In addition, payment plans will be available for all tickets over $100.

Here’s a look at the full lineup:

FRIDAY

  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • Angel Olsen
  • The Fiery Furnaces
  • Jehnny Beth
  • Deafheaven
  • Waxahatchee
  • Tim Hecker & The Konoyo Ensemble
  • SOPHIE
  • Fennesz
  • Hop Along
  • Dehd
  • SPELLLING
  • KAINA
  • Femdot
Run the Jewels play a headlining set on the last day of Riot Fest in 2018.
Run the Jewels play a headlining set on the last day of Riot Fest in 2018.
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SATURDAY

  • Run the Jewels
  • Sharon Van Etten
  • Twin Peaks
  • Danny Brown
  • Thundercat
  • Cat Power
  • Tierra Whack
  • BADBADNOTGOOD
  • Dave
  • Oso Oso
  • Divino Niño
  • Boy Scouts
  • Ezra Collective
  • Margaux

SUNDAY

  • The National
  • Big Thief
  • Kim Gordon
  • Phoebe Bridgers
  • Yaeji
  • Caroline Polachek
  • DJ Nate
  • Maxo Kream
  • Rapsody
  • Faye Webster
  • Mariah the Scientist
  • Dogleg
  • The Hecks
  • Dustin Laurenzi’s Snaketime

As announced in January, two free festival anniversary kick-off parties are taking place Feb. 19-20 at the Chicago Athletic Association (12 S. Michigan). Both parties are sold-out.