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Jun232010

Comedy to Join Uber-Hip Pitchfork Music Fest

Chicago! | Photo by Seth OlenickThis past Monday, Pitchfork released the schedule of their much bally-hooed summer 2010 music festival, in addition to the news that a comedy stage will be included as part of the festival for the first time ever. To appear Friday, July 16, will be festival slap-happy Eugene Mirman, Michael Showalter, Wyatt Cenac, and Chicago golden-boy expat Hannibal Buress, with host Tim Harrington of Les Savy Fav.

Pitchfork Music Festival takes place in Chicago's Union Park, July 16-18. Tickets for Saturday and Sunday are sold out; Friday's are quickly being snatched up after the announcement of the newly added comedy stage.

FRIDAY, JULY 16
8:30 Modest Mouse
8:00 Eugene Mirman
7:20 Broken Social Scene
7:15 Michael Showalter
6:30 Wyatt Cenac
6:25 Robyn
5:45 Hannibal Buress
5:30 Liars
4:35 El-P
4:00 Tallest Man On Earth
3:30 Sharon Van Etten

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