Pilgrimage music and culture festival in a week
FRANKLIN, Tennessee (WTVF) – After two years, the Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival returns to Harlinsdale Farm Park on Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26.
“[The] a two-year hiatus gave us a lot of time to think and plan, and this year will show what you do with a lot of time that’s spent on experience, ”said Brandt Wood, one of the producers and founders of the event.
About 25,000 people attended the two-day festival every day in 2019. It was not safe to bring together so many people in 2020, although the decision to cancel was difficult.
“We missed last year. We were sold out. We sold tickets. And the music industry still hasn’t come back,” said Wood.
According to Wood, attendees should expect a stunning performance.
“When you see these bands on stage, you will see live performances on a next level. Just to be in the crowd at Pilgrimage next weekend and see these artists give their all … you are going to feel like the community rejoices and rises, ”he said.
This year’s headliners are The Black Keys, Dave Matthews Band, Maren Morris and Cage The Elephant. The Americana Music Triangle Experience will also be back. AMTE pays homage to the towns of origin of the musicians.
“It’s like a restaurant that changes its menu all the time – a lot of specialties,” he said.
Tickets are still on sale, but are selling out quickly, with very limited two-day GA and VIP passes on sale online. No day tickets will be available for purchase this year. You must be fully vaccinated or test negative for COVID-19 within 48 hours of the first day of the festival, which is Saturday, September 25.