Pitchfork Music Festival London Announces Final Additions

October 5, 2023


Pitchfork London announces final line-up additions with a new show from Joanna Sternberg, Leith Ross and Haley Blais on 10 November at St Matthias Church

Supports announced for Alabaster Deplume at KOKO on 10 November

Ezra Collective, Joanna Sternberg (11 November), and Balming Tiger shows now sold out

Pitchfork Music Festival London’s third festival edition takes place in one month’s time across multiple London venues from 7-13 November 2023

Pitchfork Music Festival London is delighted to announce the final line-up additions for its third festival edition, taking place in one month’s time from 7-13 November 2023.

A second show has been added for the US songwriter Joanna Sternberg, on 10 November at St Matthias Church, with support from hotly tipped songwriters, Leith Ross, in support of their debut album, To Learn, and Haley Blais. Joanna Sternberg also plays a special matinee performance at Kings Place on November 11th which is now sold out. These are the artist’s debut UK shows and follow the release of their acclaimed album, I’ve Got Me.

Joining Alabaster Deplume at KOKO on 10 November will be Donna ThompsonMomoko GillNuhuRubyRaRuth GollerSeb Rochford, and Skylla. Furthermore, additional secret guests and special aspects of the performance will be revealed on the night. Very limited tickets now remain for what promises to be a truly unmissable night.

This year’s PitchforkLondon kicks off on Wednesday 7 November with a headline show from the Mercury Music Prize-winning jazz quintet, Ezra Collective, at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall. With shows from Slauson Malone 1, Ryoji Ikeda, Balming Tiger, MAVI & MIKE, Crumb, CHAI, Sleater-Kinney, Alabaster Deplume, Dudu Tassa & Jonny Greenwood, Yaeji, Fucked Up, Kara Jackson, Porridge Radio, Sorry, Youth Lagoon, Weyes Blood and the Polaris Prize-winning Debby Friday amongst others, this year’s event promises to be the best yet.

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