They'll join headliners like Skepta and Chromatics
This year’s Pitchfork Paris is fast approaching – the end of next month, in fact. And they’ve just completed the line-up for this year’s festival by adding a few more artists. They include John Talabot, Sons of Raphael (photographed), BEA1991, Agar Agar and Brazilian-Norwegian jazz singer Charlotte Dos Santos. Nelson Beer is playing instead of Drugdealer.
They join a line-up that already boasts the likes of Skepta, Chromatics, The 1975, Mura Masa, Hamza, Zola, Ezra Collective, Flohio, Kojey Radical, slowthai, The Comet is Coming, Belle & Sebastian, Primal Scream, Chai, Jackie Mendoza, Nilufer Yanya, Orville Peck, Sheer Mag, Squid, Charli XCX, Aurora, SebastiAn and Jamilla Woods.
Over three nights more than 50 artists will play across 4 stages at Le Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris (Oct 31 – Nov 2).
For info and tickets head to the Pitchfork Paris site. Three day passes start at €120, which is pretty good isn’t it? Oui!
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