Do you have your tickets for this year's Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival? Returning to The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, TN on September 23 & 24 for its ninth year, you won't want to miss the 2023 festival, which is already being talked about by high-profile publications.

This year's event will see headline performances from The Lumineers and The Black Crowes on Saturday while Zach Bryan and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats are set to close out Sunday's performances. The diverse artists also include The Head And The Heart, Yola, Better Than Ezra, James Bay, Hailey Whitters, Boy Named Banjo and more on Saturday and Ashley McBride, Margo Price, Luke Grimes, Ian Munsick, The War and Treaty and Patrick Droney and more on Sunday, giving the festival "top-to-bottom strength in the lineup," as declared by Garden & Gun. 

Tickets are currently on sale and include two-day GA, two-day VIP, single-day GA, single-day VIP tickets and parking passes. Tickets are available for purchase at PilgrimageFestival.com and will be tiered with limited quantities available at each price level.

See who's looking forward to this year's festival:


The Best Music Festivals of 2023 — Esquire


Music festival lineups 2023: Coachella, Bonnaroo, Bourbon & Beyond, Outside Lands and more — USA Today


A Roundup of Country & Americana Festivals in 2023 — Billboard


2023 Nashville Concert Guide — The Tennessean


2023 Music Festivals, Concerts: Looking for Some Jams? Here’s What’s Happening in the South — The Tennessean


The Best Things to Do in Franklin, Tennessee—From Music Parlors to Whiskey Trail Distilleries — Condé Nast Traveler


Add These Southern Music Festivals to Your Bucket List — Garden & Gun


Concert Announcement Roundup: Drake, Counting Crows, Cave Fest and More — Nashville Scene


Unique Live Music Experiences in the Authentic U.S. South — Travel Daily


10 Music Festivals to Look Forward to in 2023 — Beyond the Stage Magazine


7 Music Festivals That Should Be on Your Summer Bucket List — Livability


A family-friendly event and what Beyond the Stage Magazine calls "a warm and woodsy way to welcome in the fall season," Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival also features a stage devoted to children's entertainment and a spotlight on local arts and culture with chefs, artisans, jewelers, brewers and more contributing to one-of-a-kind shopping and dining moments on the festival grounds and giving "context and authenticity to the Pilgrimage experience," according to Livability.

Purchase tickets now and sign up to be the first to know about all things Pilgrimage at PilgrimageFestival.com.