PILGRIMAGE FESTIVAL 2021: Everything We Know
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival producers revealed that the event is set to return on September 25-26, 2021. This follows a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch the announcement video, below.
Also, in support of local musicians, the festival announced it has launched a special vintage merchandise sale on the website for a limited time with net proceeds to benefit MusiCares.
“We are looking forward to gathering back with our Pilgrimage family at The Park at Harlinsdale in 2021. It will be here before we know it and once again the air will be filled with great music and our fans will be enjoying the local food, artisans and flavor that is unique to Franklin,” festival producers said.
Pilgrimage has evolved into a boutique festival institution receiving national acclaim in five short years. It was nominated in 2019 by Pollstar as one of the nation’s best small festivals and has provided a music center point to Franklin and Middle Tennessee.
Music lovers of every age and interest have made the annual pilgrimage to the festival to enjoy the carefully curated line-up of artists, local cuisine, craft beverages, the beauty of The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, and of course, the virtues of Franklin, Tenn. which was recently named as one of 10 All-America Cities.
The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival was founded in 2015. Past headliners have included Wilco, Willie Nelson, Eddie Vedder, Justin Timberlake, Foo Fighters, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves, Mavis Staples, Beck, Chris Stapleton, The Killers, Avett Brothers, Hall & Oates, Steven Tyler, and many more. The festival is also known for its arts and cultural exhibits and for the year-round community works and support provided by the Pilgrimage Foundation. For more information, visit www.pilgrimagefestival.com.