Pilgrimage Festival announces first wave of artists

Pilgrimage Festival announces first wave of artists

On Tuesday morning, the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival announced headlining artists Beck and Kacey Musgraves.

Cake, City and Colour, Shakey Graves, Better than Ezra, Langhorne Slim and Wild Belle were some of the other top name artists who will head to the Park at Harlinsdale Farm from Sept. 24-25.

Here are the others coming so far:


The Struts

Margo Price

Brothers Osborne

Blind Pilot

The Strumbellas

LunchMoney Lewis

Son Little

Big Sam’s Funky Nation

Electric Western Dance Party

Family Stage with Ralph’s World

Tickets also go on sale today. A two-day general admission pass goes for $174 with VIP passes starting at $599.

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 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,” co-producer and Franklin resident Kevin Griffin said. “We have also announced the first round of sponsors, restaurants, food trucks and festival vendors that include great partners like The Frye Company Harpeth River Stage.”

For more information, visit www.pilgrimagefestival.com.

Festival organizers said they will announce more artists throughout the summer.

Emily West covers Franklin and Williamson County government and schools for Home Page Media Group. Contact her at emily@franklinhomepage.com. Follow her on Twitter via @emwest22.

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