The 2016 Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival lineup has been announced, and among the list of performing artists, country music fans will find a few favorites.

Kacey Musgraves, Bothers Osborne, Langhorn Slim & the Law and more are set to take the stage at the yearly event, which will take place Sept. 24-25 in Franklin, Tenn., just south of Nashville. Another name in the lineup that country fans may recognize is Lunchmoney Lewis, who collaborated with Thomas Rhett on "I Feel Good," a track from Rhett's newest album, Tangled Up. Other non-country performers include Beck, the Violent Femmes, Shakey Graves, Blind Pilot and more; the full lineup for the weekend is available at

Passes for the 2016 Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival are available through the event's official website. Passes start at $174 for general admission, and VIP packages are also available.

In 2015, the inaugural year of the Pilgrimage Festival, Willie Nelson and Steven Tyler were among the event's headliners. The lineup also included Sheryl Crow, Band of Horses, Punch Brothers, Trampled By Turtles, the Lone Bellow, Will Hoge, Chris Stapleton, Wilco, Weezer, the Decemberists, Neko Case and many more.

As for this year's Pilgrimage Festival performers' other summertime plans, Musgraves will be hitting a number of different festivals throughout the warmer months and the fall, including the Northside Festival, the Windy City LakeShake, G-Fest, Summerfest, the Watershed Festival and more. Brothers Osborne also have a full summer tour schedule, which can be found at

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