Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, an annual gathering at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, Tenn., made two big announcements on Wednesday (Aug. 17): its full weekend schedule for 2022 and the option to purchase single-day passes.
Brandi Carlile, Adia Victoria, Jon Batiste, Tigirlily and the Black Opry Revue highlight opening day's (Sat., Sept. 24) stacked —and refreshingly diverse— lineup. Sunday offers multi-genre and multi-generational star power with Chris Stapleton, the Avett Brothers, Marty Stuart, Molly Tuttle, Elle King, Rosie Flores and Brittney Spencer.
Those talents and more will appear across two full days and six stages. See the full lineup here and the schedule below.
One-day passes will be available starting today (Aug. 17) at 10 a.m. CST for $159 plus fees. It's an option not offered every year that should accommodate potential attendees with plans in nearby Nashville or other conflicting obligations. Weekend passes went on sale on April 21. All ticket options can be purchased here.
"We understand it's a particularly busy weekend for people, so we want to give them every opportunity to come see (the festival)," Pilgrimage co-founder Kevin Griffin told the Tennessean.
This marks the event's eighth year. In addition to musical artists, the festival spotlights local creators, including chefs, artisans, jewelers, brewers and more.
Carlile shared her excitement on social media, writing "I'm making the pilgrimage. Let's do this!....not gonna lie it feels pretty good to see my name up there so big ❤️🤘🏼 I can't wait!!"
Last year's lineup included Maren Morris, The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant, Valerie June, the Marcus King Band and the Dave Matthews Band.
Franklin is located 22 miles south of Nashville and known in part for its gorgeous, historic Main Street.