April 18, 2007 09:25:28 GMT
Pitchfork Music Festival keeps on adding the list of performers to please the fans that have bought the the passes.
Pitchfork Music festival bloats its lineup through the addition of Klaxons, Fujiya & Miyagi and Deerhunter. The three acts will join several others that have been announced earlier to slam the stage of Chicago's Union Park.
The event that takes place July 13-15 presents rising bands such as Menomena, Beach House and Oxford Collapse. They will support the headliner Sonic Youth that plans to deliver a special performance from their 1988 album "Daydream Nation". Previously announced lineups include Stephen Malkmus, Of Montreal, Cat Power and Iron & Wine.
Tickets have gone on sale since March 12. Apart from the three-day passes that went sold out, the one-day pass costs $25 while the two-day pass is priced at $35.