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Book Fort @ Pitchfork This Weekend!

Book Fort at Pitchfork Music Festival 2016

This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Pitchfork Music Festival will be all up in Union Park in Chicago. This year, acts include Beach House, Broken Social Scene, and Twin Peaks. And that's just the first day!

We're very excited that Two Dollar Radio will have a booth at the festival for the first time! As part of Book Fort, the Midwestern traveling book fair, we'll be there alongside Curbside Splendor, Featherproof Books, Haymarket, Sarabande, Hobart, Magic Helicopter Press, and The Pitchfork Review.

Tom Konitzer Special bonus: Helping out at the booth will be Tom Konitzer. Tom's the super-supermodel who modeled our 2016 Wolfpack shirts (which if you haven't scored one yet, get yours). Anyone who sees Tom and gives him a noogie will receive a free koozie! So if you're planning to attend Pitchfork, you'll be able to pick up one or both of our summer blockbusters, The Incantations of Daniel Johnston and The Reactive, or any of our other titles at special festival prices. We hope to see you there!

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 12 July, 2016 Book Fort, Pitchfork Music Festival, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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