As already reported by Jim DeRogatis, Greg Kot, our friends at Loud Loop Press and probably a bunch of other places, Pitchfork Music Festival has announced some additions to its 2010 lineup. The new announcements to the fest, scheduled for July 16-18 in Chicago's Union Park, include Broken Social Scene, El-P, Animal Collective's Panda Bear, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Bear in Heaven, Titus Andronicus, Freddie Gibbs, Dam-Funk, The Smith Westerns, Girls, Cave and Allá.
That brings the lineup announced so far to:
Friday, July 16: Modest Mouse, Broken Social Scene, El-P
Saturday, July 17: LCD Soundsystem, Panda Bear, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Raekwon, Titus Andronicus, Bear in Heaven, Freddie Gibbs, The Smith Westerns, Dâm-Funk
Sunday, July 18: Pavement, St. Vincent, Lightning Bolt, Girls, Cass McCombs, Here We Go Magic, Sleigh Bells, Cave, AlláStay tuned for additional lineup announcements, and pick up single day passes for $40 here. Three-day passes have already sold out.