Our 10 best moments from Pitchfork Music Festival 2017 – Chicago Tribune

That’s a wrap of the 2017 edition of Pitchfork Music Festival. Surprise guests, glorious fashion, stellar performances from every genre and generation of music, unexpected dance parties and unexpected tears—Pitchfork once again put together a memorable weekend. Here are ten standouts moments from a weekend full of them.

Crawling Clementine

Cherry Glazerr singer Clementine Creevy made quite the entrance as she graced the stage on all fours to the tune of “Toxic” by Britney Spears. Creevy completed her cat-like arrival by hissing and flicking her tongue to the crowd’s cheers. Her grand entrance broke the ice for those new to Creevy’s stage persona, it also made it less shocking when she told the crowd to jokingly “shut the f*** up!”

LCD Soundsystem’s Too Much Love


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