Win 3-day passes to Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago's Union Park

Pitchfork Festival 2014
2014 Pitchfork Festival (Pitchfork)
Pitchfork Festival 2014
2014 Pitchfork Festival lineup (Pitchfork)

The annual Pitchfork Music Festival happens July 18-20 in Chicago's Union Park. More than 40 bands play over the course of the 3-day festival, and some of our favorite acts will be taking the stage such as headliners Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel and Kendrick Lamar, other mainstays on The Current like St. Vincent, Grimes, tUnE-yArDs, Real Estate, Sharon Van Etten and Dum Dum Girls, plus up-and-coming artists FKA Twigs, Cloud Nothings, Twin Peaks and Speedy Ortiz.

The Current is giving one lucky winner a pair of 3-day passes to the 2014 Pitchfork Music Festival. Weekend passes to the festival are sold out; the only tickets available for purchase are day passes for Friday, July 18. But here it is: your chance to win a pair of sold out 3-day passes from The Current!

This giveaway is now closed.

Friday, July 18

Gates at 3 p.m.

Giorgio Moroder
Avey Tare' Slasher Flicks
Sun Kil Moon
Sharon Van Etten (Sharon Van Etten performs live in The Current studio)
The Haxan Cloak
Neneh Cherry with Rocketnumbernine
Factory Floor
Hundred Waters

Saturday, July 20

Gates at 12 p.m.

Neutral Milk Hotel
FKA Twigs
St. Vincent (St. Vincent performs live in The Current studio)
The Field
Danny Brown
tUnE-yArDs (tUnE-yArDs performs live in The Current studio)
The Range
Pusha T
Mas Ysa
Cloud Nothings
Empress Of
Wild Beasts (Wild Beasts perform live in The Current studio)
Circulatory System
Twin Peaks

Sunday, July 21

Gates at 12 p.m.

Kendrick Lamar
Hundson Mohawke
Majical Cloudz
Real Estate (Real Estate perform live in The Current studio)
Jon Hopkins
Schoolboy Q
Dum Dum Girls (Dum Dum Girls perform live in The Current studio)
Isaiah Rashad
Perfect Pussy
Mutual Benefit
Speedy Ortiz

Album Review: Beck, 'Morning Phase' Billed as a sequel to his 2002 release, 'Sea Change', Beck's new album, 'Morning Phase' has a heavier gravity to it, writes Steve Seel. Beck's pensiveness is more reflective, his sadness somehow more informed. And the result is an extremely rewarding experience.

  • First Listen: Beck, 'Morning Phase' Get a preview of Beck's new album, 'Morning Phase' before you can get it in stores.
  • Dum Dum Girls perform in The Current studio Fresh off playing a gig at the Triple Rock in Minneapolis, the Dum Dum Girls stopped in to The Current's studio to play a few songs and to talk to Steve Seel about their recent short-film project, their influences and their most recent album, 'Too True'.

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