The anticipated lineup for Pitchfork Festival is here and it has garnered a very special artist to fill out Sunday’s spot: Lauryn Hill.

Linking Tame Impala as an announced headliner are Fleet Foxes and Hill, whose performance celebrates the 20th anniversary of her chart-topping album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Following its 1998 release, Miseducation went on to collect a number of accolades and awards: It spent four weeks on Billboard 200 chart, and took home five Grammy awards. It was the first ever hip-hop release to snag the Album of The Year honor.

The festival will take place July 20-22 in Chicago’s Union Park with performances by Blood Orange, Nomane, Courtney Barnett, Mount Kimbie, Zola Jesus, Japandroids, and others.

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