Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, the two-day celebration of art, culture, and diverse music on Sept. 25-26, has announced the lineup for its Americana Music Triangle Experience (AMTE). Celebrating the festival’s seventh year at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, Tennessee, AMTE honors the past and present of the Americana Music Triangle, offering exhibits, intimate chats, and stripped-down performances.
Set on an antique-built stage designed by Mike Wolfe from American Pickers, AMTE will feature performers and musical storytellers including Butch Walker, Valerie June, Robert Finley, Lilly Hiatt, People on the Porch, Layla Tucker, Sunday Morning Service with Pastor Jeff Simmons and special guests Kathie Lee Gifford and Louis York, Rocky Top Revue, The Local Honeys, Manuel Cuevas, Sound Diplomacy’s Shain Shapiro on Music Tourism, and 13th United States Colored Troops, Company A.
“The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has always sought to book its AMTE lineup with the Triangle in mind, to both pay homage and to celebrate the contributions–past and present–of the musicians and the towns they came from. This simply has never been done before where the cities in which music history was made get a spotlight to tell their story, show their history onstage, and participate in a vibrant major music festival,” shares event co-producer W. Brandt Wood.
Produced by Better Than Ezra frontman and Franklin resident Kevin Griffin, alongside Wood and Michael Whelan, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival will host 50+ acts across five stages with previously announced headliners Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, Maren Morris, and Cage The Elephant. Tickets are available now.
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