PILGRIMAGE MUSIC AND CULTURAL FESTIVAL
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Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival TicketsIn Franklin, Tenn., the Harlinsdale Farm hosts the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival on an annual basis. An outdoor event that takes place over two days, it is scheduled to be held Sept. 21–22 at The Park on the farm. The festival has been attended by at least 27,000 yearly. It is described as an event that celebrates the best music, arts and local food. In many ways, it was modeled after the New Orleans Jazz Fest with a Tennessee twist that features rock and roll, alt-country and bluegrass as well as jazz, indie and gospel, among other musical styles.
A Cultural Journey, TooThe Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival is organized by three friends who share a love of music, culture and their state of Tennessee. The Park at Harlinsdale Farm was the venue choice because it already had two amphitheaters on the property. In its three years of existence, attendance continues to grow. The goal is to create an authentic event, so hundreds of artisans have been featured since the festival's inception. With every passing year, new elements are added that provide a different experience while remaining on message. Children are encouraged to attend. A stage is dedicated to them with music professionals, like Ralph Covert, who lead the program of activities.
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Who performed at the most recent Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival?The first Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival was held in 2015 and featured Wilco, Willie Nelson and Weezer. At the 2018 event, attendees were able to enjoy the music of Jack White, Chris Stapleton and Lionel Richie. The Foo Fighters, The Killers and Keith Urban are set to headline the 2019 event.
What are the stages set up at Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival?At the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival, there are six stages. The Midnight Sun and Gold Coast Road stages are set up at the property's existing amphitheaters. The Solo Cup Harpeth River includes grassy areas that allow for listening and dancing. The ASCAP Shady Grove is a lounge area. The Vanderbilt Health Lil' Pilgrims Family Stage and Mare Barn is for all ages, especially children, while the Americana Music Triangle experience is where attendees can enjoy the history behind the music. At the Art Barn, concertgoers can view the work of curated artists.
When is Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival 2020?The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival 2020 is not yet scheduled. The event is held every September, so you can make your plans accordingly.
What attractions will I experience at the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival?The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival is both a music concert and a cultural experience. While you have the opportunity to listen to great music, there are plenty of attractions to visit and see, too. The Makers Village features handcrafted wares and fares made by local artisans, craftsmen and southern makers. The Farm to Turntable is the area where attendees can purchase fresh food from local vendors and eatery trucks. There is also picnic tables and other seating. Plus, the event is family-friendly. The Lil' Pilgrims stage includes activities and craft making for kids.
What other musical festivals are similar to the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival?Those who enjoy the vibe of the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival might also enjoy the Shaky Knees Music Festival at the Historic Fourth Ward Park in Atlanta or the Forecastle Festival at Louisville Waterfront Park.
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