Pitchfork Music Festival 2022
- Union Park, Chicago, United States of America
- 15-17 July 2022
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Beyond the mainstream
Pitchfork Music Festival is a multi-genre festival in Chicago. Annually putting together a lineup of genre-defining artists from across all popular genres, Pitchfork Festival has its fingers on the pulse of the contemporary music scene like few others.
Welcoming 50,000 music lovers over its three days, attendees tend to have a high music IQ and a love for music beyond the mainstream.
2022's headliners include the likes of The National, Mitski, The Roots, Japanese Breakfast, Earl Sweatshirt, Spiritualized, Parquet Courts, Toro y Moi, and Lucy Dacus.
Union Park is a refreshing, green expanse at the heart of Chicago that is transformed each year into this festival hotspot with stunning cityscape backdrops.
Union Park, 1501 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607, United States of America
The nearest airport is Chicago Midway Airport (MDW. From here you can take a train towards La Salle/Van Buren and get off at Ashland Lake (10 minutes) before walking to the festival (2 minutes).
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT:
Union Park is at the heart of Chicago and therefore easy to reach by public modes of transport.
A valid government-issued photo ID is required to purchase alcoholic beverages on the festival grounds. Attendees will need to show their ID to festival security personnel in order to receive a wristband that will allow them to purchase alcohol. There are NO REFUNDS for unused beverage tickets.
Please keep in mind that there will be absolutely no re-entry into the festival.
Lost and Found is located in the will call trailer on Ashland Avenue. You can pick up lost and found items at Union park for one week after the festival.
All attendees will be searched upon entering the festival grounds. The following items will not be allowed: Tents, flags, lounge chairs, musical instruments, knives or other weapons, video cameras, audio recording devices, professional cameras (NO cameras with detachable lenses), selfie sticks, pets, food, beverages (other than sealed bottled water), drugs or drug paraphernalia.
PMF works hard to accommodate the dietary needs and preferences of all our guests. One third of festival food vendors present menus that provide gluten-free and vegan options. If your dietary needs are extraordinary, please see information about medical needs.