Pilgrimage Fest 2016 Announces Daily Lineups, Single Day Tickets


We can’t wait for Franklin, TN’s Pilgrimage Music & Culture Festival, which returns to The Park at Harlinsdale Farm for its second year this fall, Sept. 24 & 25. As we already learned from this year’s official lineup announcement and recent additions, Pilgrimage 2016 is looking to one-up its inaugural year, boasting an exciting bill of BeckDaryl Hall & John OatesKacey MusgravesViolent Femmes, Grace PotterJason IsbellThe ArcsCakeCity and ColourMargo PriceAnderson East, and more!

As the festival approaches, daily lineup have just been revealed, coinciding with single day ticket sales; which is good news, because general admission 2-day passes have official sold out (VIP options remain). Additionally, the Little Pilgrims Family Stage performers have been announced (playing both days), and the local performers set to grace the Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor stage have also been added, featuring site faves The Blackfoot GypsiesDaphne & The Mystery Machines, and more!

Keep your eye out for additional artist announcements, snag tickets while they last right here, and read on for a full breakdown of daily performers!


Grace Potter
Violent Femmes
Shakey Graves
The Struts
Wild Belle
The Strumbellas
LunchMoney Lewis
Jonny P
Electric Western Dance Party
(More Artists To Come)


Daryl Hall and John Oates
Jason Isbell
Kacey Musgraves
The Arcs
City and Colour
Better Than Ezra
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Margo Price
Anderson East
The Suffers
Blind Pilot
Brothers Osborne
Son Little
Langhorne Slim & The Law
JD & The Straight Shot
Big Sam’s Funky Nation
The Settles Connection

Little Pilgrim’s Family Stage (both days):

Ralph’s World
Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers
The Happy Racers
Mr. Steve
Casey Campbell
Jazzy Ash & The Leaping Lizards

Local Pickin’ Parlor Artists:

The Blackfoot Gypsies
Daphne & The Mystery Machines
Anthony Adams & The Nite Owls
Colin Elmore
Emma Hern
Grace Askew
The Roosevelts

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