The Current is giving one lucky winner an opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the 2013 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago's Union Park July 19, 20, and 21.
Some of our favorite artists will be taking the stage such as headliner Belle & Sebastian, including other artists like Mikal Cronin, Daughn Gibson, Savages, Phosphorescent, along with MN natives Low who played Rock the Garden last month.
Enter below for your chance to win!
Friday, July 19
Gates at 3 p.m.
Saturday, July 20
Gates at 12 p.m.
Belle & Sebastian
The Breeders play Last Splash
...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead
Sunday, July 21
Gates at 12 p.m.
Yo La Tengo
Toro Y Moi
Autre Ne Veut
- Album Review: Belle and Sebastian Write About Love The centerpiece of Belle & Sebastian Write About Love is its title track. "Write About Love" is a marvel, a flawlessly constructed song that stands with the very best the band has ever done.
- Yo La Tengo performs in The Current studio Yo La Tengo are one of indie rock's longest-running and most prolific acts — active since 1984, they've humbly churned out over a dozen full-lengths and seemingly countless EPs and singles.
- First Listen: Daughn Gibson, 'Me Moan' On Gibson's new album, Me Moan (out July 9), that powerful instrument is still nuanced enough to capture details such as downing an afternoon shot at a local bar.
- Compelling, melancholy indie-folk artist Phosphorescent performs at The Current Phosphorescent is the stage name of singer-songwriter Matthew Houck. An Alabama native who cut his teeth on the famed Athens, Ga. music scene, Houck plays melancholy and beautiful indie-folk in the same vein as Bonnie Prince Billie and others.