Nashville, Tenn. (June 5, 2018) - The Nashville Predators organization and Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival announced Tuesday a historic partnership that will enable fans to purchase passes to Pilgrimage through the Predators this summer or by clicking here. This marks the first time in franchise history that the Predators have sold tickets for an outside organization, going beyond its walls to reach new and existing fans.
#MakeThePilgrimage to Franklin, Tenn., Sept. 22 and 23 for this community-driven festival and purchase tickets through this first of its kind offer. The partnership provides an exclusive, co-branded item for every ticket purchased as well as opportunities to purchase corporate hospitality packages for premium space inside the festival. For more information on these premium locations and how to take advantage of this exclusive offer, please click here and enter promo code "Preds."
"We are eager to increase our community reach and align with such an influential, community-driven festival," Nashville Predators President and CEO 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."
"We couldn't agree more and are thrilled to be partnering with the Nashville Predators organization to combine sports and music, cornerstones of the Middle Tennessee culture," co-producer Brandt Wood said. "This is a natural and complementary fit, and we can't wait to see Preds fans #MakeThePilgrimage to Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin this September."
About Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day annual festival taking place at the end of September in Franklin, Tenn., right outside of Nashville. Music lovers #MakeThePilgrimage to The Park at Harlinsdale for two unforgettable days of music, art and culture set against the natural amphitheaters with memorable performances in an intimate setting. Experience why Rolling Stone called Pilgrimage "a festival to watch" and "one of the South's premier festivals" by The Tennessean.