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Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is 10 Days away! The music and arts festival will return on September 23 & 24 to The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, TN. The music side of the festival consists of a loaded lineup including The Lumineers, Zach Bryan, The Black Crowes and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. In addition, the arts festival provides tons of eclectic experiences for attendees to choose from beyond the music. Pilgrimage is thrilled to welcome Williamson County-based Tractor Supply Company, who will be bringing their “Backyard” to Harlinsdale Farm. Fans can beat the heat and grab a limited-edition cooling bandana, relax under extra-large umbrellas, or enjoy a cool treat made with locally sourced ingredients from Padrino’s Pops. Between sets, festivalgoers can enjoy music from a Tractor Supply Company Emerging Artist Program winner Hailey Verhaalen and Tractor Supply Company Team Member Emerging Artist Graham Bramblett or grab a guitar and join them for “Pickin’ on the Porch.” The Franklin Fun Farm will be hosting more family-friendly activities for kids of all ages, from performances and crafts to gaming and mixing music. Parents and caretakers can take a break with their little ones in the Mother’s Retreat, courtesy of Vanderbilt Health. The revamped area will feature changing tables, rocking chairs, fans to cool down, and a toddler play area. For those looking to shop, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is proud to feature a growing number of Southeast and Nashville based Makers and Artisans. Some who are returning to the Pilgrimage Festival’s Makers Village like Roadworn Handmade, Roy Laws Art, Strings for Hope and Nashville Blanket Project, as well as new to Pilgrimage Festival local Makers like Uncommon James, Bake to Belong and Happy Little Mother. Makers Village will also feature opportunities to give to great causes through raffle and silent auction items for Take the Trip Foundation and Society of Leaders in Development (SOLID) Nashville. See below a full list of Makers Village vendors. Makers Village Vendors: Art by Lauren; Bake to Belong; bamabelle, LLC; Baraka Jewelry; Burlaep Apparel; CEMENT6; Cluster Funk Studio; Earthware Artisans; East + Up; Every Day Collective Co.; Forrest & Groves Vintage; Grace & Charm; Half Light Honey; Happy Little Mother; Higher Ground Stones; Hooked Productions; HuckHats with Buffalo Brims; Konane Wildcraft; Land Pirate Lifestyle brand; Larissa Loden; Mamie Ruth; MIGDALIA; Modern Bronze Jewelry; Nashville Blanket Project; Planet Cowboy; Roadworn Handmade; Roy Laws Art; Semplice Designs; Society of Leaders in Development (SOLID); Soco Swings; Souldier; Southern Crystal Company; StarDust Festival Trends; status serigraph; Strings For Hope; Sunny Hemp Hats; Take the Trip Foundation; Textile Revival; The Tarpestry Co; Then, Now, Always; Trendy & Tipsy; Tye Dye Mary; Uncommon James; Wood + Wolfe This year’s highly anticipated Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival’s food and beverage vendors have been announced here. With more than 40 different options, and over half of them Tennessee-based, the mouth-watering food lineup is guaranteed to please festivalgoers for the jam-packed two-day festival. While the beverages are sure to keep attendees nice and refreshed for a September day in Franklin, TN. Ahead of festival week, Pilgrimage would like to thank all sponsors who help make the event possible. Pilgrimage veterans Gibson, Bud Light, Deep Eddy Vodka, Dunkin’, George Dickel Bourbon, Milagro Tequila, National Seating & Mobility, Vanderbilt Health, Wicked Weed Brewing, and Williamson Health will return to the festival in 2023, while Beaulieu Vineyard, Crescent 9, High West Whiskey, NÜTRL and Tractor Supply Company will make the pilgrimage for the first time this year. Now celebrating its ninth year, the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival headliners for 2023 include The Lumineers, Zach Bryan, The Black Crowes and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, plus The Head And The Heart, Yola, Better Than Ezra, James Bay, Hailey Whitters, Boy Named Banjo, Ashley McBryde, Margo Price, Luke Grimes, Ian Munsick, The War and Treaty, Patrick Droney, and many more. Children under the age of seven are free with an adult GA ticket holder. Tickets are currently on sale at, including limited two-day GA, two-day VIP, and single-day GA.


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