More Pitchfork acts announced

The promoters of the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park on July 18-20 have announced the “second third” of the acts for the fourth installment of the summer music celebration.

The new acts include Dinosaur Jr., Jarvis Cocker of Pulp, Ghostface & Raekwon, the Apples in Stereo, Jay Reatard, Ruby Suns, Dirty Projectors, Cut Copy, A Hawk and A Hacksaw, F— Buttons, King Khan & the Shrines and Occidental Brothers Dance Band International.

In addition, legendary art-punks Mission of Burma will perform all of their album “Vs.” as part of the Friday night concert co-sponsored by All Tomorrow’s Parties as part of their “Don’t Look Back” series, joining the previously announced Public Enemy playing “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.”

Other previously announced acts are Animal Collective, Spiritualized, !!!, M. Ward, Boris, Vampire Weekend, Dizzee Rascal, No Age, Atlas Sound, Fleet Foxes, Extra Golden and El Guincho.

Tickets reportedly have been selling quicjly via www.pitchforkmusicfestival.com at a cost of $30 per day, with a limited number of two-day passes for $50 and three-day passes for $65.

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