Pilgrimage Festival Announces Daily Lineup, Single-Day Tickets

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Daily lineups have been confirmed by the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, which will be held Sept. 24-25 in Franklin, Tennessee.

Single-day tickets are $69 plus $16.96 in fees and taxes, according to the festival website. Two-day VIP passes are $599 plus $86.90 in fees and taxes. Parking passes are $30 plus $5.86 in fees and taxes. The festival will be staged at The Park at Harlinsdale.

On Saturday, Sept. 24, the roster includes: Beck, Grace Potter, Violent Femmes, CAKE, Shakey Graves, Kaleo, The Struts, Wild Belle, The Strumbrellas, LunchMoney Lewis, Jonny P, and Electric Western Dance Party.

Jason Isbell

Jason Isbell

On Sunday, Sept. 25, the roster includes: Daryl Hall and John Oates, Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves, The Arcs, City and Colour, Better Than Ezra, Margo Price, Anderson East, Brothers Osborne, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Suffers, Blind Pilot, Son Little, Langhorne Slim & The Law, JD & The Straight Shot, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, and The Settles Connection.

The family-friendly festival also announced that the Little Pilgrim’s Family Stage will feature performances by Ralph’s World, The Happy Racers, Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers, Mr. Steve, Jazzy Ash & The Leaping Lizards, Casey Campbell and more.

The Little Pilgrim’s area will also have interactive activities that will include: a painting wall; drum circles; a hip hop rhyming workshop; breakdancing demonstrations and workshop; a musical petting zoo with musicians from the bands demonstrating their instruments and special cameos by main stage acts.

Kids under 10 get in free when accompanied by an adult general admission ticket.

The Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor stage features local artists. This year the lineup includes The Blackfoot Gypsies, Daphne & The Mystery Machines, Anthony Adams & The Nite Owls, Colin Elmore, Emma Hern, Grace Askew, and The Roosevelts.

A portion of each ticket sale will benefit the City of Franklin and Franklin Parks. In addition, a portion of ticket sales will also benefit MusiCares, a nonprofit organization that was established by The Recording Academy to provide a wide range of emergency financial assistance and addiction recovery resources to members of the music community.

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