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December 05, 2021

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Pilgrimage Festival Lineup Announced

Pilgrimage Festival is back for 2021. After canceling in 2020 due to COVID-19, the festival in Franklin,TN returns to Harlinsdale Farm September 25-26.

Ticket sales begin Thursday, April 29 at 10 am. Visit the Pilgrimage Festival website here for more information.

The lineup includes:

  • Dave Matthews Band
  • The Black Keys
  • Maren Morris
  • Cage the Elephant
  • Khruangan
  • Black Pumas
  • Amos Lee
  • Tanya Tucker
  • Better Than Ezra
  • Houndmouth
  • Tank & 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

For the Little Pilgrims stage, the lineup announced is Ralph’s World, The Farmer and Adele, Drumin Synch, Tom Mason and Buccaneers, Michael Durant, and School of Rock.

In addition to the music, the festival offers other experiences for festival attendees.

  • Americana Experience under a tent with church pews and representatives from historic cities
  • Makers village, where a host of southern makes showcase their goods
  • Farm to turntable featuring a horseshoe shape of some of the best food trucks in the area
  • Art Barn, inside the barn at Harlinsdale Farm, you will find original pieces from local artists
  • Craft Beer Hall, where you can get out of the sun, watch a game and enjoy one of the 30 beers on tap
  • Community Village showcases all the community partners for Pilgrimage Festival

Only two stages will be utilized this year – Midnight Sun and Gold Record Road stages. Festival organizers requested to extend the hours of the event to 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday; however, city staff recommends the time extension for Saturday only.

Festival organizers will continue to work with the City for specific requirements, including safety guidelines and protocols as it relates to COVID-19. Also, they will work with the Franklin Road project manager to determine the best way to handle traffic and pedestrians during the event. The maximum number of tickets is set at 25,000 per day.

For more information and constant updates, visit Pilgrimage Festival's Facebook page.

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing and Entertainment Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 18-month-old Ezra.