Pitchfork Music Festival Mexico City 2024 Announces First Wave of Performers

Pitchfork Music Festival Mexico City has shared the first wave of performers in its inaugural lineup. The list includes Godpseed You! Black Emperor, King Krule, Kelela, and Sky Ferreira. The festival will take place across multiple Mexico City venues from March 4-9 of next year.

Rounding out the performers revealed today are Andy Shauf, Armand Hammer, billy woods, Corridor, Debby Friday, Diles que no me maten, Mabe Fratti, Mengers, NOIA, and Protomartyr. More acts will be announced soon. The local venues participating in the festival are Foro Indie Rocks!, Frontón Bucareli, FÜNK, and Yu Yu.

Select tickets for the Mexico City festival are now available on Passline.com, including Pitchfork Plus passes, which cover four headline shows and three club shows, and Pitchfork Standard Passes, which cover four headline shows. Pitchfork Plus and Standard passes are available for $4,800 MXN and $3,700 MXN, respectively. Individual tickets for the show will become available for purchase in January 2024.

Pitchfork first announced a Mexico City music festival in October. The event joins Pitchfork’s flagship festival in Chicago, as well as European editions in Berlin, Paris, and London. For the latest news, including further lineup announcements and additional programming, follow @pitchforkcdmx on X, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok, as well as and @pitchfork on X, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. You can also visit pitchforkmusicfestival.mx.