The Pitchfork Music Festival will return to Chicago's Union Park this summer, and rumor has it that Pavement, the iconic indie-rock outfit that recently reunited after 10 years apart, will be one of the headliners.
The festival will run from July 16 to 18. Tickets go on sale Friday at 12 noon Central Time; a one-day pass will go for $40, and a pass for all three days will sell for $90. They can be purchased at the festival's website.
The line-up for the festival will also be announced on Friday. But the Consequences of Sound blog reports that Pavement will be one of the headliners. It cites undisclosed sources, and refers to a Louisville Courier-Journal interview with Pavement drummer Bob Nastanovich that mentions the band's plans to perform at Pitchfork this summer.
But a Pitchfork spokesperson told the blog: "Any information at this time concerning these aspects would be premature."