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The team behind the really crushed it this year, with the fourth annual festival confirming this morning that will be added to the lineup. They’ll join the already announced headliners of , , , , and with many more artists joining them in Franklin, TN the weekend of September 22 and 23, 2018.

Who else is on the lineup?





Hozier


Amos Lee
Bleachers
Lord Huron
Dawes
Maggie Rogers
Elle King
Mat Kearney
Valerie June
The Struts
Jade Bird
Kevin Griffin
Keb’ Mo’
The White Buffalo
Pete Yorn
The Record Company
Caitlyn Smith
John Moreland
The Infamous Stringdusters
Tall Heights
Tyminski
Aaron Lee Tasjan
Jillian Jacqueline
Low Cut Connie
Donovan Woods
Courtney Marie Andrews
Rebirth Brass Band
Wild Rivers
Joshua Hedley
Caroline Rose
Robert Finley
Devon Gilfillian *Whitney Rose
Lilly Hiatt

AHI
Liz Longley
Hannah Dasher
Josh Martin
Bishop Gunn
Ralph’s World + Friends
Siama’s Congo Roots
123 Andrés
Mister G
Cajun Mike
Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers + more

How much will this cost me?

A 2-Day Pilgrimage pass will cost you $185 or you can go for the VIP Village pass for close to $1,000. To purchase your passes, please visit www.pilgrimagefestival.com/tickets.

What else do I get with the ticket?

Taken straight from the press release here…

Pilgrimage will also feature a Made South Maker Village with over 60 local and regional craft vendors and Bell’s Brewery Craft Beer Hall with televised SEC and NFL football games. You can also experience the Millville, TN Market as well as the Farm to Turntable food truck park featuring 18 local food trucks including bars and shaded center court. Between sets, celebrate the musical heritage of the Deep South with the Americana Music Triangle Experience. And everything is conveniently located to historic downtown Franklin, TN at The Park at Harlinsdale! Festival-goers can plan their trip to Franklin as well as get more information and lodging suggestions at visitfranklin.com.

Why should I choose this festival over others?

The festival continues to drive tourism dollars to Williamson County and the Pilgrimage Foundation, the festival’s non-profit arm, will donate a portion of each ticket sale to benefit the City of Franklin and Friends of Franklin Parks. In addition, a portion of ticket sales will also benefit MusiCares, a nonprofit organization that was established by the Recording Academy™ to provide a wide range of emergency financial assistance and addiction recovery resources to members of the music community.

www.pilgrimagefestival.com

Who’s behind this awesomeness?

About The Pilgrimage Foundation

About Friends of Franklin Parks
The not-for-profit organization Friends of Franklin Parks was formed in 2011 to mobilize community resources to continually enhance the City of Franklin’s park system. In 2015, Friends embarked on a $1.3 million effort to construct a multi-purpose equestrian arena at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm. The new Tractor Supply Co. Arena is slated to open in April 2016, and will host numerous public events ranging from polo matches to concerts.For more information, please visit www.friendsoffranklinparks.org.

About MusiCares
A friend and ally of the music community, MusiCares was established by the Recording Academy to safeguard the health and well-being of all music people. A four-star charity and safety net in times of need, MusiCares offers confidential preventative, recovery, and emergency programs to address financial, medical, and personal health issues. Through the generosity of our donors and volunteer professionals, our dedicated team works across the country to ensure the music community has the resources and support it needs.

For more information, visit www.musicares.org, “like” MusiCares on Facebook, and follow @MusiCares on Twitter and Instagram.