PILGRIMAGE MUSIC & CULTURAL FESTIVAL’S ‘GRAND CHAMPION EXPERIENCE NOW AVAILABLE
VIP Package Amenities Include Exclusive Music Performances, Demonstrations, Cuisine and Premium Parking + Ground Transportation
For a second consecutive year, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival and Blackberry Farm join together to offer festivalgoers premiere festival access, cuisine, amenities and more via the “Grand Champion Experience with Blackberry Farm.” These coveted two-day passes are now on sale HERE.
From exclusive music performance access to artist meet and greets and a VIP lounge elegantly furnished in partnership with Nashville’s premier event designer Mayker Creative featuring upscale amenities, the “Grand Champion Experience with Blackberry Farm” offers concertgoers a truly enhanced festival experience. These limited-quantity much sought-after passes also offer an exclusive parking package to concertgoers along with festival cart service and an express entry lane to the festival, as well as access to a very limited supply of rooms at the soon-to-be open Harpeth Hotel, within walking distance to the festival in downtown Franklin.
As Travel + Leisure notes, “Blackberry Farm has been synonymous with rural luxury since it first opened to the public in 1976,” and with its “Grand Champion Experience” at Pilgrimage, passholders will experience the same level of luxury in a festival setting.
Lovers of all things culinary will also enjoy a truly exquisite dining experience as part of the “Grand Champion Experience with Blackberry Farm” pass, allowing passholders to partake in a bevy of farm-to-table dishes provided by Blackberry Farm. The high-end resort property, which is located just 25 miles from Knoxville, is known throughout the world for its Foothills Cuisine®, in which local chefs pay homage to locally sourced and seasonally fresh products grown on the property’s four-acre garden within each and every one of their dishes.
Furthering the farm-to-table dining atmosphere, “Grand Champion Experience” patrons will enjoy scale facades of three iconic buildings that define the authenticity of Blackberry Farm: The Barn, the Larder and the Main House.
Additionally, the “Grand Champion Experience with Blackberry Farm” pass offers festivalgoers the chance to partake in spirits and libations created by some of the South’s most talented mixologists. Likewise, Blackberry Farm Brewery will be creating a custom Pilgrimage beer for passholders to enjoy.
Two-day passes for the “Grand Champion Experience with Blackberry Farm” are priced at $2500 + taxes and fees. The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival takes place Sept. 21-22 at The Park at Harlinsdale in historic downtown Franklin, Tennessee and will include performances from ground-breaking artists such as the Foo Fighters, Keith Urban and The Killers.