Here's how the final day of the Pitchfork Music Festival went down Sunday in Union Park, with commentary from Greg Kot and Bob Gendron.
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For the second night, storms disrupted Pitchfork Music Festival's headliners. On Friday, Bjork was ordered to cut short her set as a major storm headed toward Union Park. Saturday, a steady rain fell during Belle & Sebastian's performance.
Pearl Jam's next album is entitled "Lightning Bolt," which proved prophetic Friday at Wrigley Field.
Opening day of festivall in Union Park proved eventful when acts were cut short due to weather. Stay tuned for updates from Greg Kot and Bob Gendron throughout the weekend.
Bob Gendron is on tap with coverage of day one of the Pitchfork Music Festival. Look for updates from Greg Kot and Gendron throughout the weekend.
Greg Kot lists every festival act and tells which ones shouldn't be missed.
It began in rain-soaked disappointment, with an impending storm cutting short a much-anticipated headlining set Friday by Icelandic singer Bjork, and ended Sunday with an evening of bump and grind, courtesy of Chicago R&B kingpin R. Kelly.
For Lupe Fiasco, it was in some ways a heartbreaking year. In an interview last summer with MTV he broke down as he watched a 2006 video of himself and friends in his old West Side neighborhood, the laughter and easy camaraderie undercut by the realization that a number of those acquaintances were now dead, victims of gang violence.