Pitchfork Music Festival Paris adds DJ Koze, John Maus, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and more to lineup
Pitchfork Music Festival Paris has announced a third wave of acts set to play the eighth edition of the festival on 1, 2 & 3 November 2018 at the Grande Halle de la Villette. They have also revealed which of the artists announced so far will play on each day.
Joining an already stellar line up that includes Bon Iver, Fever Ray and Mac DeMarco are French new-wave luminary Etienne Daho, Montreal’s Chromeo who will perform material from their new Funkadelic-inspired record, gloom-master John Maus, New Zealand psych purveyors Unknown Mortal Orchestra, new Matador signee Snail Mail, Car Seat Headrest, DJ Koze, Peggy Gou, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and many more.
Thursday 1st Nov
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Friday 2 Nov
Car Seat Headrest
Saturday 3 Nov
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Since 2011, the festival has made the Grande Halle de la Villette its home, right in the heart of Paris’ 19th arrondissement. Spread over 3 days, the festival offers music lovers a bold line-up that’s like no other, showcasing the best of the international indie scene. And since 2016, Pitchfork Paris has spread its musical wings with Pitchfork Avant Garde. Spanning Paris’ Bastille neighbourhood, come discover the new indie guard over two nights of music, on 30 & 31 October.
Pitchfork Music Festival Paris is produced by Super Parisian booking and events agency, producing tours for French and International artists – and the American media Pitchfork.
3-day pass (€120 > €135) and Day tickets ( €45 > €50 > €55) on sale now HERE
For more information visit Pitchfork Paris Music Festival’s website