Tickets for this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival (going down July 16 through 18 in Union Park) go on sale Friday. This includes three-day passes, which are the first to sell out every year. Two-day passes are being phased out this time around, so three-day ($90) and single-day tickets ($40) are the only ways to go.

The first batch of performers appearing at the fest will also be announced Friday. The Friday of the festival will get under way earlier than in past years, in order to “present fans with a longer first day of music,” according to a press release. So far no artists have been confirmed, but I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see Vampire Weekend coming back to headline.