Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, Maren Morris, and Cage The Elephant are among the heavy hitters set to perform when the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival returns to downtown Franklin, Tenn. this year on Sept. 25-26.
For its seventh year at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, the celebration of art, culture, and music will also feature performances by Khruangbin, Black Pumas, Amos Lee, Tanya Tucker, Better Than Ezra, Houndmouth, Tank and the Bangas, Valerie June, JD McPherson, Jamestown Revival, Low Cut Connie, Robert Finley, Katie Pruitt, Morgan Wade, Larry Fleet, Harlem Gospel Travelers, Hailey Whitters, Dylan LeBlanc, Anna Vaus, Blessing Offor, Natalie Madigan, and many more.
Pilgrimage will host five stages featuring 50-plus acts on the 200-acre park grounds, including main stages Fender Premium Audio Midnight Sun and Gold Record Road Stage, and local stages Shady Grove, Lil’ Pilgrims Family Stage, and the Americana Music Triangle Experience–built by Mike Wolfe from History channel’s American Pickers.
This year’s festival continues its mission in supporting the region’s makers, distillers, brewers, and food vendors by providing an all-encompassing hometown experience. In its curated VIP Village 70 booths will be stocked with handcrafted works, wares, and wearables, and the grounds will house 35 local restaurants and cafes, alongside the Farm to Turntable Food Truck Park, and the Craft Beer Hall.
Two-day GA and VIP passes go on sale tomorrow, Thursday (4/29) at 10 a.m. CT at PilgrimageFestival.com. A layaway plan option is also available to lock in passes and spread the purchase across multiple payments.