Pitchfork Music Pageant is happy to announce a partnership with Advocates for City Agriculture (AUA), a Chicago-based group that empowers city growers to foster thriving communities via sustainable agriculture and equitable meals methods whereas honoring Indigenous sovereignty, Black liberation, and immigrants’ rights. A portion of the proceeds from Pitchfork Music Pageant 2022 will likely be donated to AUA.
“AUA is happy to accomplice with Pitchfork Music Pageant in supporting the city agriculture neighborhood in Chicago,” co-operations steward Jazmin Martinez mentioned in a press release. “Now greater than ever, there’s a have to know the place our meals comes from and who’s rising it. By way of this partnership, Pitchfork and its attendees are strengthening Chicago’s native meals system and supporting Chicago growers and concrete farmers instantly.”
At Pitchfork Music Pageant, AUA will present a backdrop canvas on which attendees will likely be requested to write down or draw a response to the next query: “How would you remodel vacant tons and empty areas in Chicago?” Contributors will have the ability to amplify the challenge by posting photographs utilizing the hashtags #AUAChicago and #UrbanAgChiAUA. AUA may also be distributing small seed packets all through the weekend.
Pitchfork Music Pageant 2022 takes place in Chicago’s Union Park from July 15-17. Headlining the pageant are the Nationwide, Mitski, and the Roots, and extra performers embody Japanese Breakfast, Earl Sweatshirt, and Arooj Aftab. Passes are nonetheless out there right here, so you’ll want to purchase your tickets quickly!
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