The French version of the legendary American fest gathers a loud party in the center of Paris with the participation of the most sought-after stars of the alternative scene.
The Pitchfork Paris project is the European version of the famous Chicago Pitchfork festival (“Tuning Fork”), which has been the main showcase of independent and experimental music in the United States since the mid-2000s. Every year he brings together under his auspices progressive musicians of various styles – from rock and hip-hop to avant-garde electronics.
The venue for the Pitchfork festival is the Grand Al metal pavilion in La Villette Park, which is considered one of the most popular cultural venues in Paris. After-party parties with a number of guest headliners take place in the nearby Le Trabendo Concert Hall. In addition to the main program of the music festival, there is its more underground branch Pitchfork Avant-Garde. Within its framework, more than 40 concerts and performances are held on the stages of the famous clubs of the 11th arrondissement of Paris.