On day two of the Pilgrimage Festival, the temperatures at times felt more like summer instead of fall. Music was back at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm and the crowds returned for the second day. The day kicked off with a Gospel hour at the Americana Triangle tent then the day continued with performances by Larry Fleet, People on the Porch, Jamestown Revival, Cage the Elephant, Black Pumas, and closing out year seven of the festival – Dave Matthews Band.
“All the stars aligned for Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival this year. We were blessed with a full crowd, brilliant weather, and one of the best lineups that we’ve ever had. It truly seemed like every artist was giving their absolute best, knowing just how meaningful it was to finally be able to bring music lovers together,” shares event co-producer W. Brandt Wood in a statement. “People were smiling, kids were dancing, and the music was rocking. We wanted to give everyone a transcendent experience that truly brought joy, and the crowds really came out in mass to celebrate as one community. We’re already counting down until next year!”
Until next year Pilgrimage Festival.