Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has announced that they will be enforcing new COVID-19 entry protocols for its upcoming 2021 event as the extremely contagious Delta variant continues to rage through the United States.
Held on Sept. 25 and 26 at the Park in Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, Tennessee, the festival will now be requiring either proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test obtained within 48 hours of entering the event. More details will be emailed to ticket holders, and the festival website will be updated in the coming days.
Headlined by Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, Maren Morris, and Cage The Elephant, the celebration of art, culture, and music will also feature performances by Tanya Tucker, Hailey Whitters, Katie Pruitt, Morgan Wade, Larry Fleet, Khruangbin, Black Pumas, Amos Lee, Better Than Ezra, Houndmouth, Tank and the Bangas, Valerie June, JD McPherson, Jamestown Revival, Low Cut Connie, Robert Finley, Harlem Gospel Travelers, Dylan LeBlanc, Anna Vaus, Blessing Offor, Natalie Madigan, and many more.
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival joins a growing list of other music industry entities who implemented similar requirements last week. Included among the events, venues, and businesses who have made these announcements are Bonnaroo, Live Nation, AEG Presents, Summerfest, and a slew of independent Nashville venues, such as Exit/In, the Basement, 3rd & Lindsley, and the Cannery Complex.
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