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Company accuses Pilgrimage Festival of failing to pay bill

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Posted at 11:43 AM, Feb 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-04 13:42:03-05

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WTVF/AP) — An audio-visual company has sued the organizers of an annual festival in Tennessee over allegations that the festival hasn't paid the company.

According to the lawsuit, Big Thrill Productions is seeking $110,000 for the bill and attorney and legal fees from Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival.

The company says its bill wasn't paid within 10 days of when it was due. The founder of the festival told the Tennessean organizers have paid their bills.

A spokesman for the group also says the festival wasn't aware of any outstanding payments due.

The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival is an annual two-day event in Franklin held in late September. They issued a statement in response to the suit:

“Pilgrimage has settled all payments related to the 2019 festival. We have been in touch with Big Thrill Productions and are pleased to report that they are in agreement that this has been resolved. We are looking forward to another great event in September.”