Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is thrilled to announce the first wave of artists for their 2016 line-up and return to The Park at Harlinsdale in Franklin, TN for its’ second year taking place on September 24 and 25, 2016. Two Day GA passes and VIP passes are available beginning today, PRESS HERE. The festival is announcing the following acts, with additional artists to be released soon:
City and Colour
Better Than Ezra
Langhorne Slim & The Law
Big Sam’s Funky Nation
Electric Western Dance Party
Family Stage with Ralph’s World and more.
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day event transforming The Park At Harlinsdale Farm into an oasis of music, food, and culture set against the natural amphitheaters and vistas of this former walking horse farm located in Franklin, TN. Renowned musical acts, many performing acoustically, will be presented on wood-clad stages reflecting the area’s historic aesthetic. In addition to artists performing their own sets, Pilgrimage will feature Pilgri-mashups where one-of-a-kind pairings of musicians collaborate with one another on stage and Little Pilgrim’s Stage specifically for kids. The region’s best food and drink will be on display as well as numerous local artists and artisans creating an all-encompassing festival experience.
“We can’t wait to be back in September with another great lineup with even more artists still to be announced,” says co-producer and Franklin resident Kevin Griffin. “We have also announced the first round of sponsors, restaurants, food trucks and festival vendors that includes great partners like The Frye Company Harpeth River Stage.” For more information, please visit http://www.pilgrimagefestival.com.
The festival debuted last year with a star studded lineup featuring artists such as Willie Nelson, Wilco, Weezer, Sheryl Crow, Cage the Elephant, Band of Horses, Steven Tyler and more with 10,000 fans descending upon the Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin each day. To watch the highlights from last year’s festival, PRESS HERE.
Not only will the festival drive tourism dollars to Williamson County but a portion of each ticket sale will benefit the City of Franklin and Franklin Parks. In addition, a portion of ticket sales will also benefit MusiCares®, a nonprofit organization that was established by The Recording Academy® to provide a wide range of emergency financial assistance and addiction recovery resources to members of the music community.