Steven Tyler Added to Franklin, Tenn. Festival feat. Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow

Steven Tyler. Photo: Zack Whitford

Steven Tyler. Photo: Zack Whitford

Franklin, Tenn.’s inaugural Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has added Steven Tyler to its lineup of performers. Tyler will perform with Nashville-based band, Loving Mary.

Willie Nelson, Wilco, Weezer, Sheryl Crow, Chris Stapleton, John & Jacob, Nikki Lane, Cage the Elephant, Iron & Wine, Punch Brothers, Holly Williams, and more have been previously announced for the Sept. 26-27 event at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm (lineup below).

Benefiting the City of Franklin, Franklin Parks and MusiCares, the two-day event will feature music, food, and culture set against the natural amphitheaters of the former walking horse farm. Food and beverage participants will be announced this summer.

In addition to artists performing their own sets, Pilgrimage will feature Pilgri-mashups where one-of-a-kind pairings of musicians collaborate with one another on stage as well as the first-ever Kitchen Stage and Sippin’ Stage and Little Pilgrim’s Landing specifically for kids.

Single Day tickets are available for $92. Two-day passes are $172 (VIP $499). Children under 10 get in free when accompanied by an adult ticket. Click here to order.

The festival recently announced the lineup for the Hohner’s Little Pilgrim’s Family Stage which features performances by Ralph’s World, Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, Jazzy Ash & The Leaping Lizards, Farmer Jason, Casey Campell, Laura Doherty, and a special performance by Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers aboard the Pilgrimage Pirate Ship.

Saturday, Sept 26, 2015
Sheryl Crow
Cage The Elephant
Neko Case
Iron & Wine
Dr. John
Punch Brothers
Trampled By Turtles
Saint Motel
Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear
Joe Pug
Holly Williams
Will Hoge
Guthrie Brown & The Family Tree

Sunday, Sept 27, 2015
Steven Tyler
Willie Nelson
The Decemberists
Band of Horses
Jimmy Cliff
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Chris Stapleton
The Lone Bellow
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires
Nikki Lane
Big Sam’s Funky Nation
John & Jacob
The Grand Southern


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