Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival Sets The Bar High For Festival Food Perfection

Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival Sets The Bar High For Festival Food Perfection

Another festival has come and gone, and once again The Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival has set the standard for how a music festival should work, right down to the food and beverages. Long gone is the time when corn on the cob and funnel cake were the only food options in between musical stages. Forget warm lemonade and stale food, there was none of that around.  We welcomed the cream of the crop of music festival food: food trucks, celebrity chefs, and divine local cuisine all mixed into one fantastic event. Check out our food adventure at the Pilgrimage below! 

Peach Tea Arnold Palmer with Tito’s Vodka

Strawberry #popsicle from @padrinospops

A little bit of taco action from @romegataqueria

One slice of the #dankveggie, please! garlic ricotta, mushroom, spinach, & bell peppers @peleswoodfire

A stop by @hibachi4hire is a must. We opted for the #steak this time, but the #chicken & #shrimp look just as good!

The ribs at @jimnnicksbbq look incredible (& smell even better!)

This super refreshing #watermelonlimeade is exactly what we needed for a mid-day pick-me-up

Couldn’t leave the festival without grabbing one of these bad boys These fresh glazed donuts from @theamishbakingco are the size of your head!

Keepin’ it simple with a classic #corndog today

Queso fries from Burger Joint

Sweet cream & raspberry buttermilk @jenisicecreams is the perfect treat for a hot day

Another @pilgrimagefestival favorite is the #islandnoodles with teriyaki chicken!

Did you really go to the #foodtruckpark if you didn’t stop by @thegrilledcheeserie truck? The Pimento Mac & Chee did not disappoint!

How do you like your dog? We got one of our favorites today, the #coneydog from @313coney

Can’t officially end summer without one last @retrosno

B-MAC’s bowl from @califarmiatruck — chargrilled chicken, seasonal vegetables sourced, jasmine rice, & honey teriyaki sauce

Tacos, because duh #chickentacos from @semillachs


The Pilgrimage Foundation is a Tennessee-based 501(c)(3), whose mission is to honor the diverse music and culture of Franklin by providing resources to the City of Franklin to aid improvement projects at Harlinsdale Farm and the community at large.

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