The annual Pilgrimage Festival will return to Franklin, Tenn. for its fourth year this fall, and the two-day event is planning on bringing Jack White, Chris Stapleton and American Idol’s newest judge in Lionel Richie along for the wild ride. The music festival revealed its full lineup of artists schedule to perform this year on Tuesday morning, which also includes the return of Hozier, Counting Crows, Bleachers, Maggie Rogers, Lord Huron, The Struts, Mat Kearney and Jade Bird, just to name a few.
The music and cultural festival will take place over two days/nights on Sept. 22-23 this year, and also boasts a pretty impressive roster of performers who fall within the country, bluegrass and Americana genres. Considering that the event takes place on the southern outskirts of Nashville, it’s only fitting that artists including Aaron Lee Tasjan, The Infamous Stringdusters, Brandi Carlile, Amos Lee, Elle King and Valerie June are all set to perform at the rural-friendly festival. Overall, the event should be a hit for fans in and around the southern music city. While the growing number of music festivals across the country continue to pump out similar-looking lineup posters, genre-focused events like Pilgrimage will most likely see plenty of both pop and country music-loving attendees walk through its gates come September.
Jack White, a well-known Nashville business owner and resident, just recently celebrated the release of his third studio album under the JW solo banner with Boarding House Reach. On the more country-rock side of things, Stapleton is still riding high from his pair of album releases in 2017 with From A Room: Volume 1 and Volume 2.
Fans can click here to visit the festival’s official website to learn more about ticket and general information.