Lineup announced for Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival

Dave Matthews Band will headline the 2021 Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival. (Courtesy Sweet Talk PR)
Dave Matthews Band will headline the 2021 Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival. (Courtesy Sweet Talk PR)

Dave Matthews Band will headline the 2021 Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival. (Courtesy Sweet Talk PR)

Organizers with the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival announced April 28 the music lineup for this year's event to be held Sept. 25-26 at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm.

Headliners include Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, Maren Morris, and Cage The Elephant as well as dozens more acts to take place on the festival's five stages.


The event will also feature food from more than 50 restaurants and food trucks, a craft beer hall, and other artisans and vendors.

General admission and VIP tickets go on sale April 29, according to festival organizers.

See the music acts announced to date below:

  • Dave Matthews Band

  • The Black Keys

  • Maren Morris

  • Cage The Elephant

  • Khruangbin

  • Black Pumas

  • Amos Lee

  • Tanya Tucker

  • Better Than Ezra

  • Houndmouth

  • Tank and the Bangas

  • Valerie June

  • JD McPherson

  • Jamestown Revival

  • Low Cut Connie

  • Robert Finley

  • Katie Pruitt

  • Morgan Wade

  • Larry Fleet

  • Harlem Gospel Travelers

  • Hailey Whitters

  • Dylan LeBlanc

  • Anna Vaus

  • Blessing Offor

  • Natalie Madigan


Find more information about the festival here.
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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