Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile Lead 2022 Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival Lineup

Chris Stapleton; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for ACM, Brandi Carlile; Photo Courtesy The GRAMMYs
Chris Stapleton; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for ACM, Brandi Carlile; Photo Courtesy The GRAMMYs
Chris Stapleton; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for ACM, Brandi Carlile; Photo Courtesy The GRAMMYs

The Pilgrimage Festival is back with yet another impressive lineup! Hitting the stage at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, Tennessee will include headliners Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Jon Batiste and The Avett Brothers.

Two-day general admission tickets and VIP passes for the festival, which is set to take place on September 24th & 25th, go on-sale to the public tomorrow, April 21st, at 10 A.M. CT. Fans who are interested in going should get their tickets then, as this will be when tickets are at their lowest price.

Returning for the eighth year, The Pilgrimage Festival will feature artists of all genres performing across five stages. Some of the acts announced include Lake Street Dive, Elle King, Lennon Stella, Trampled by Turtles, Dawes, Better Than Ezra, Marty Stuart, Celisse, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Butch Walker, Black Joe Lewis, Adia Victoria, Bones Owens, Brittney Spencer, Jensen McRae and many more.

With a sold-out crowd in 2021, and a turnout that The Tennesseean labeled a “triumphant return” following the two-year pause, 2022 is shaping up to be another successful year.

Fans who purchase VIP passes will receive an exclusive front of the stage view at the two main stages, along with dedicated festival entry, access to the VIP Village Pavilion that consists of food and beverages – including a mixology spirits bar.

Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival- which was founded by Franklin resident and Better Than Ezra singer Kevin Griffin, W. Brandt Wood and Michael Whelan – promotes local businesses and creatives. Aside from the music, festival-goers can expect to see chefs, artisans, jewelers, brewers and more. Inside the venue will be Makers Village, which is a food truck park with 16 of Franklin’s finest eats, Craft Beer Hall, which consists of 30 beers on tap, and Pilgrimage Festival’s Culinary Program, which promotes over 40 of Tennessee’s restaurants and cafes.

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