A Few More Bands Added To Pitchfork Music Festival

We posted the initial lineup for the Pitchfork Music Festival (July 18-20) earlier this month but they have announced a few new additions.

On Friday night, the Pitchfork Music Festival and All Tomorrow's Parties present "Don't Look Back". Along with the previously announced performance by Public Enemy, Mission of Burma will play their just-reissued 1983 post-punk classic Vs.! A third "Don't Look Back" act will be added in the coming weeks.

Other additions to the lineup include the original lineup of the legendary Dinosaur Jr., Ghostface and Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan performing together, and Jarvis Cocker, who will be making his first Midwest appearance in more than 12 years.

Also set to appear: the Apples in Stereo, Dirty Projectors, Cut Copy, Jay Reatard, King Khan & His Shrines, Fuck Buttons, the Ruby Suns, A Hawk and a Hacksaw, and Chicago's own Occidental Brothers Dance Band International. [Via Pitchfork]

Three-day passes run $65, two-day passes for Saturday and Sunday go for $50, and individual day passes can be yours for $30. You can buy your tickets here.

Cut Copy - Lights & Music (mp3)

Mission of Burma - 2wice (mp3)

Dirty Projectors - No More (mp3)

Dirty Projectors - Jolly Jolly Jolly Ego (mp3)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw - Maremaillette (mp3)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw - Portlandtown (mp3)