Pitchfork has a lot a planned for its Chicago festival this summer, which takes over the city's Union Park from July 14-16. This year, LCD Soundsystem, Solange and A Tribe Called Quest have been announced as the headliners.

And to top it all off, they'll be collaborating with Solange's Saint Heron label and brand to curate an event series that will feature art installations, film screenings, artist talks and late night jam sessions. So far, the schedule looks a little like this:

  • - Thursday, July 13th @ Black Cinema House at the Stony Island Arts Bank – Saint Heron curated evening of film and discussion.
  • - Friday, July 14th @ Soho House Chicago – Poetry reading and discussion presented by Young Chicago Authors and Saint Heron
  • - Saturday, July 15th @ The Promontory – Saint Heron Presents an After Fest Jazz Jam & Party featuring the select house band and special surprise guests
  • - Friday, July 14th – Sunday, July 16th @ On-site Saint Heron Installation Space – Saint Heron will feature works from contemporary black art makers for the duration of the festival.
Further details about the Saint Heron-curated event series and more of this year’s lineup will be announced in the weeks ahead. As of today, ticket prices have increased to $75 a day, and $175 for a three-day pass. A layaway option for regularly priced three-day passes is also being offered, where you will be able to pay the $175 price over three installments. This offer will expire on March 1. This year, Pitchfork also announces Pitchfork +PLUS—an additional ticket tier allowing attendees to enjoy exclusive amenities during the weekend, available at $365 for a three-day pass. Pitchfork +PLUS passes include everything that General Admissions passes provide plus:

Get tickets here.