The Pitchfork Music Festival takes place this weekend (July 20-22) in Chicago's Union Park, and if you can't make it in person you can still watch many of the performances via livestream. Courtney Barnett, Lauryn Hill, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Blood Orange, Julien Baker, This is Not This Heat, Kelela, Japandroids and Mount Kimbie are among the sets being streamed, and you can check out the full schedule and watch below.

Check out our pictures from Friday at Pitchfork HERE, and stay tuned for more coverage of the 2018 Pitchfork fest here on BrooklynVegan.

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PITCHFORK MUSIC FESTIVAL LIVESTREAM (Times in EST)

Friday, July 20:
2:00pm: The Curls
2:45pm: Melkbelly
3:30pm: Lucy Dacus
3:45pm: Julie Byrne
4:20pm: Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society
5:00pm: Open Mike Eagle
6:15pm: Julien Baker
6:15pm: Saba
7:30pm: Big Thief
8:25pm: Courtney Barnett
8:45pm: Mount Kimbie

Saturday, July 21:
2:00pm: Paul Cherry
3:30pm: Zola Jesus
5:00pm: Circuit des Yeux
5:15pm: Moses Sumney
6:15pm: Raphael Saadiq
6:15pm: Girlpool
7:15pm: Blood Orange
7:30pm: This Is Not This Heat
7:25pm: The War on Drugs
8:45pm: Kelela
9:30pm: Fleet Foxes

Sunday, July 22:
2:00pm: Nnamdi Ogbonnaya
3:30pm: Kweku Collins
3:45pm: Kelly Lee Owens
4:20pm: Ravyn Lenae
5:00pm: Japanese Breakfast
5:15pm: Smino
6:15pm: Alex Cameron
7:15pm: DRAM
7:30pm: (Sandy) Alex G
8:45pm: Japandroids
9:30pm: Lauryn Hill