Pitchfork Music Festival Paris have just announced the line up for Pitchfork Avant-Garde, a two day event which will run prior to Pitchfork Paris in the Bastille neighbourhood, consisting of 46 up-and-coming new artists playing across 7 venues from 7pm to midnight.

Leading the Pitchfork Avant-Garde line up are Saddle Creek-signed Hop Along with their catchy indie rock sounds, North London duo IDER, Tijuana-based psych outfit Mint Field, Brisbane's Hatchie with her shimmering infectious shoegaze, Vancouver three-piece The Courtneys, Trevor Powers (fka Youth Lagoon) performing his new output & viral musician Jimothy Lacoste.

Tickets are priced at 15€ per day and attendees can go freely between venues.

Venues: Café de la Danse - Badaboum - Pan Piper - Supersonic - Pop-Up! - Le Réservoir - La Chapelle des Lombards > all 5 minutes walking distance from another

October 30
Apollo Noir - Grand Pax - Hop Along - IDER - Jimothy Lacoste - Jpegmafia - Jockstrap - Kiran Kai - Lauren Auder - Stella Donnelly - The Courtneys - Weakened Friends - Wicca Phase Springs Eternal …

October 31
Anais - Biig Piig - Gold Star - Hatchie - Helena Deland - Honey Harper - Madison McFerrin - Mint Field - Naaz - Palm - SASAMI - Suzi Wu - Trevor Powers…

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris will take place following Pitchfork Avant-Garde on 1, 2 & 3 November 2018 at the Grande Halle de la Villette. The line up includes Bon Iver, Fever Ray, Blood Orange, Mac DeMarco, Chromeo, John Maus, CHVRCHES, Snail Mail, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, DJ Koze, Peggy Gou, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever & more.

Thursday 1st Nov
Mac DeMarco
Etienne Daho
The Voidz
John Maus
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
G Flip

Friday 2 Nov
Fever Ray
CHVRCHES
Blood Orange
Chromeo
Bagarre
Car Seat Headrest
Dream Wife
Lewis OfMan
Boy Pablo

Saturday 3 Nov
Bon Iver
DJ Koze
Jeremy Underground
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Peggy Gou
Avalon Emerson
Snail Mail

3-day pass (€120 > €135) and Day tickets ( €45 > €50 > €55) on sale now.

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris is produced by Super Parisian booking and events agency, producing tours for French and International artists – and the American media Pitchfork.