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Pitchfork tix selling

HIPSTERS SNAPPING UP DUCATS: Now in its fifth year, the indier-than-thou 2010 Pitchfork Music Festival, happening July 16-18 at Chicago’s Union Park, doesn’t appear to have succumbed to the malaise spreading through the live-music business this summer. Organizers say Saturday tickets are now sold out, and Friday is on the way to going clean as well. Friday’s headliners are Modest Mouse, Sub Pop comic Eugene Mirman and Broken Social Scene; Saturday’s are LCD Soundsystem, Freddie Gibbs and Panda Bear; and Sunday’s bill is topped by Pavement, Sleigh Bells and Big Boi. (6/22a)

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