Festivals: Bon Iver, Blood Orange, Mac DeMarco and Fever Ray to play Pitchfork Paris

Bon Iver, Blood Orange, Mac DeMarco and Fever Ray to play Pitchfork Paris

The festival returns to the Grande Halle De La Villette in November.

The first names are out for this year’s Pitchfork Paris Festival, which returns to the French capital this November.

Bon Iver, Blood Orange, Mac DeMarco and Fever Ray are the first four artists announced for the three-day bash, which takes place in the huge Grande Halle de La Villette on the weekend of 1st-3rd November.

Last year’s Pitchfork Paris saw the likes of The National, Jungle and Run The Jewels playing. Read the DIY review of the weekend here.

Bon Iver’s headline slot at this year’s fest follows their recent 8-night run at London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Catch up with our verdict on the final night of the lengthy run here.

Photo: James Drew Turner

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