How much are tickets for the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival 2022?

More than just a music experience, the Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival is back in 2022, and here’s how much tickets will cost.

The family event will be held at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, Tennessee on September 24-25 of this year.

The event’s lineup includes artists from multiple genres, further reinforcing the festival’s focus on diversity.

Here is an overview of all the details regarding ticket prices, festival activities and of course, the program.

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How much do the tickets cost?

Tickets for the 2022 Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival go on sale Thursday, April 21 at 10 a.m. CT.

Tickets will be available for as little as $226.00, while the average cost is $317.00, according to Seat Geek.

Onsite North Lot VIP passes are available for $149.00 while offsite ones are priced at $99.

You can visit ticketing sites such as Ticketmaster, Seat Geek, and the official festival site to purchase yours.

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What to expect at the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival

The Pilgrimage Festival is a major attraction as it hosts much more than music.

The American Music Triangle experience will allow you to immerse yourself in world-famous musical landmarks in its own dedicated space.

The Millville Market will feature a collection of tiny houses and living room furniture on the front lawn for attendees to rest during breaks.

The Turntable Farm, which was introduced in 2017, features food trucks, picnic tables, and a working kitchen, among other things.

And, the Makers Village will showcase products from southern makers, local artisans and artisans.

The 2022 program unveiled

Lineup for 2022 will include Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Jon Batiste, The Avett Brothers, Trampled by Turtles, Dawes, Lake Street Dive, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Elle King and Celisse, among others.

Over the years, the festival has hosted more than 60 performers on six stages located just 20 minutes from Nashville.

Visit the official site here for more details.

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