The final line-up for this year's Pitchfork Music Festival Paris - which takes place in the French capital's Grande Halle de la Villette on the first weekend of November - has just been announced.

Among the last names to be added to the line-up is DJ and producer Kaytranada, who will be replacing Fever Ray (who has cancelled all her Autumn tour dates) on Friday the 2nd. This second day of the festival will also see the likes of Blood Orange, CHVRCHES, Chromeo, Dream Wife, and more taking the La Villette stage.

The festival begins on Thursday the 1st with Mac DeMarco, Étienne Daho, John Maus, newly-added Yellow Days, and The Voidz (Julian Casablancas), and is set to wrap-up on Saturday the 3rd with Bon Iver, newly-added Daniel Avery, Snail Mail, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.

Three-day passes range from 120 to 135 euros and day tickets from 45 to 55. You can find out more about the festival, including the full line-up, over here.