Pilgrimage Joins Forces With Nashville Predators To Sell Tickets Through Team Site

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Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, the festival co-produced by Justin Timberlake, is selling passes to the event through the official website of the Nashville Predators, the first time an NHL team has entered such an arrangement.

“We are eager to increase our community reach and align with such an influential, community-driven festival,” Nashville Predators CEO and president Sean Henry said. “The opportunity to sell tickets and provide our fans exclusive offers is one we could not pass up and we are confident that this opens the door for even more community and fan engagement in unique and never-before-seen ways.”

Pilgrimage runs Sept. 22-23 at the 

Tickets to the event are on sale now.

The festival is co-produced by Tennessee native Justin Timberlake, and it places a special emphasis on the host community, as evidenced by the new partnership with the local hockey team. Last year’s event featured Timberlake, Eddie Vedder, Mavis Staples, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, The Avett Brothers, Gary Clark Jr., and many more.

The festival has a non-profit component to benefit the City of Franklin, Friends of Franklin Parks, and MusiCares, the charitable arm of the Grammys. President and CEO of The Recording Academy and The Grammy Awards, Neil Portnow, recently announced he is stepping down next year.

The Predators play at Bridgestone Arena, which won Pollstar’s Arena Of The Year award in 2018.