Pitchfork Music Festival Paris: Chvrches, Bon Iver, Mac DeMarco and more
The second wave of acts to play Pitchfork Music Festival Paris this November has been announced.
The likes of Chvrches, The Voidz, DJ Koze, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, Dream Wife join existing names Bon Iver, Fever Ray, Mac DeMarco and Blood Orange.
The eighth edition of the festival will take place on 1st, 2nd and 3rd of November 2018 at the Grande Halle de la Villette.
Pitchfork Paris will host the captivating synth pop sounds of CHRVCHES, the avant-garde underground sound of The Voidz, which sees Julian Casablancas and his band of musicians combine a multitude of genres, all the way from garage rock, pop, electro, psych and even traditional Asian music.
Having just announced his first new album in five years, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks will be performing, which will see the ex-Pavement frontman and The Jicks reunite after a four year break. And, if that wasn’t enough, Dream Wife will be there in full force with their explosive grunge-punk sounds.
Since 2011, the festival has made the Grande Halle de la Villette its home, right in the heart of Paris’ 19th arrondissement. Spread over three 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.