The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival has announced Chris Stapleton and Brandi Carlile as its headliners for the weekend festival. Now in its eighth year, the festival takes place on September 24th and 25th in Franklin, Tennessee.
The festival has five unique stages and takes place at The Park at Harlinsdale, a 230-acre century-old horse farm in Franklin – just 17 miles south of Nashville - and promises a diverse line-up of Rock & Roll, Americana, Alt-Country, Bluegrass, Jazz, Indie, Gospel, Pop & Blues.
Other artists performing at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm include the Avett Brothers, Lake Street Dive, Trampled by Turtles, Adia Victoria, Butch Walker, Jon Batiste, Elle King, Dawes, Marty Stuart, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Brittney Spencer, Lennon Stella, Yasmin Williams, Rosie Flores, Texas Hill, Zach Person, Better Than Ezra and more.
Beyond the music, there is even more fun to be had exploring crafting, local artisans, food trucks, a family stage, and art barn, a wicked weed brew hall and so much more.
No umbrellas are allowed at the festival, but presumably this just means that there is definitely absolutely not the slightest teensy weensy chance of rain whatsoever this year! Also please note that you’re not allowed to take your remote control aeroplanes or remote control cars to the festival, or skateboards or scooters. I guess you’ll just have to find other ways to have fun for the weekend.
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival is an all ages event. Children under the age of 10 are admitted free when accompanied by a pass-holding parent or guardian, but VIP access and passes are full price for all ages over 2.
For more information on tickets and for other country festivals set for 2023 and 2024 - head here.
For more on Pilgrimage Festival, see below: