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Festival Noize: Pilgrimage, Speed of Sound, Shadow of the City, CRSSD

05:19 PM Friday 6/17/16 | |

Pilgrimage adds Daryl Hall & John Oates, Jason Isbell and Grace Potter … Speed of Sound releases initial lineup … Shadow of the City relocates to Asbury Park … CRSSD sets more 2016 dates

  • Grace Potter

    Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, Sunshine Grove, Okeechobee, Fla.
    March 4, 2016

    (John Davisson)


Franklin, Tenn. will host the second Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival Sept. 24-25 . Organizers unveiled the full lineup this week with a number of additional heavyweights.

Daryl Hall & John Oates, Jason Isbell, Grace PotterAnderson East, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and The Suffers join previously announced headliners BeckKacey MusgravesThe Violent Femmes and Cake.

In addition to music, the festival will have tons of food and drink offerings, and a marketplace for crafts and wearable art.

General Admission and VIP passes are available now, and parking permits need to be purchased separately. Visit Pilgrimagefestival.com for details.

The LumineersSimon FeliceRayland BaxterSwear and Shake and Nicole Atkins top the bill for Speed of Sound this year in Wappinger Falls, N.Y., Aug. 7.

  • Rayland Baxter

    Rialto Theatre, Tucson, Ariz.
    August 9, 2015

    (Mary Andrews / ConcertLivewire.com)


The second iteration of the festival returns to the Duchess County Airport, hence all the flight-themed imagery and naming associated with the show.

The event is going down rain or shine, and free shuttles are available from New Hamburg Train Station.

Economy Class tickets are $45 in advance and $55 on the day of the show. First Class tickets are $150 when purchased ahead of time and $175 on the same day. Tickets go on sale June 18 at SpeedOfSoundFest.com.

New Jersey’s Shadow of the City, announced earlier this week it is relocating to last year’s location, the Stone Pony Summerstage in Asbury Park.

  • Matthew Healy of The 1975

    Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, Rochester Hills, Mich.
    May 21, 2016

    (Scott Legato / RockStarProPhotography.com)


Headliners for the June 18 fest are The 1975Carly Rae JepsenBørnsSteel Train and Frnkiero and the Cellabration. The event was founded by the guitarist of fun., Jack Antonoff, a native of New Jersey.

Organizers said the last-minute change was due to “unforeseen logistical and technical issues” on the event’s Facebook page. Obviously all tickets purchased are all still valid, just don’t show up to Seaside Heights, the previously announced location.

At the time of posting the only tickets left are the General Admissions for $65. Check out ShadowOfThe.City for more info.

SoCal EDM lovers can get their glowsticks ready because CRSSD will be taking place for the second time this year. The next go-around is slated for Oct. 1-2 in Waterfront Park in San Diego.

The festival has already taken place three times since it started in 2015. Promoting giant Goldenvoice was holding the reins with the company FNGRS CRSSD for the first few editions, but GV is no longer helping to run the event.

The last iteration of the event featured Chet FakerGorgon CityDamian LazarusBen UFOArdalan and J. Phlip.

Check out CRSSDFest.com for more updates.