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Midnight Sun

The main stage of Pilgrimage that closes the show and has had legendary artists that include Foo Fighters, Black Keys, The Killers, Justin Timberlake, Chris Stapleton, Eddie Vedder and many more is in the largest field and natural amphitheater of The Park at Harlinsdale Farm. Surrounded by numerous food and beverage outlets, Maker Village, VIP Village and a perimeter of trees and rolling hills, Midnight Sun is where many folks spend the day on their blankets with friends and family soaking up music and sun. Midnight Sun was the Champion Tennessee Walker stallion who stood for 25 years and who is buried at Harlinsdale.


Gold Record Road

Gold Record Road is also set in a beautiful, rolling natural amphitheater and plays host to a national lineup of headliners on both festival days. With featured design elements of Harlinsdale and of the music history of the region. The Gold Record Road is a famous route of connected highways and backroads that courses through New Orleans, the Mississippi Delta, Tupelo, Memphis, Helena and through Nashville to Franklin. It is this very road that fronts The Park at Harlinsdale Farm!


Americana Music Triangle

The Americana Music Triangle is a beloved, authentic experience at Pilgrimage that’s aim is to accurately present the living history of American Music that includes presenting a lineup of artists that keep these genres alive. AMT includes; a large revival style tent: a stagecraft by Meghan Aileen and Mike Wolfe of American Pickers with many of their authentic one-of-kind finds; a “Radio and Sound” antique Whiskey Bar tent; and 16 booths presented by partner cities and states that deliver their living music history to Pilgrimage. These installations include artifacts, curios, show posters, instruments and more that represent the origins of American music, including: gospel, soul, rock and roll, bluegrass, country, and more. You will want to visit these world famous music landmarks, tucked away hamlets and one-of-a-kind stops located in the Americana Music Triangle, the region between New Orleans, Memphis and Nashville after spending time at AMT.