Pilgrimage Festival will return to Harlinsdale Farm September 23-24, 2017.  Now in its third year, the festival’s first year brought to the stage Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, Sheryl Crow Steven Tyler, The Decemberist and Cage the Elephant just to name a few.

In its second year, we saw Jason Isbell, Grace Potter, Beck, Kacey Musgraves, Cake, Darryl Hall & John Oates and Better Than Ezra (Kevin Griffin of the band is the founder of Pilgrimage Festival).

On April 4, the festival will announce the line-up for 2017.  As we sit and wait for the announcement, we’ve put together a list of a few artists we would love to see on the stage this year.

Like many of you, we hope to see Justin Timberlake at the festival. His role as producer of Pilgrimage last year gave many fans hope that he might make an appearance at the festival last year, but his schedule promoting the movie Trolls made that impossible. But maybe this year?

Americana artist Cody Jinks, who could be the next Chris Stapleton, is a contender for stage time or our favorite foot stompin’ Drake White. Several female country artists who we feel are strong possibilities are Natalie Stovall, Kelleigh Bannen, CAM, and Raelynn. We couldn’t complete our list without adding Sister Hazel, Tears for Fears which will be in Nashville in May and is on tour this fall as well.  Let us know who you would like to see perform at Pilgrimage Festival 2017.

Tickets go on sale April 4 along with the line-up announcement. Keep checking back here for more information.

Who Should Perform at Pilgrimage Festival 2017?

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