Pilgrimage hosted a variety of different compos, most of which require a skill in electronic art and/or computer programming, such as:
- Combined Music (MP3 and tracked music)
- Pixel Graphics
- Text Mode Graphics
- "Blender" competition (equivalent to fast-compos at European demoparties)
- "Wildcard" (equivalent to wild-compos at European demoparties)
In 2004, Pilgrimage managed to raise over US $14,000 in cash and prizes to award winners of each of the various competitions. Major sponsors that year included Utah's largest independent ISP XMission, ACiD, ATI Technologies, Bawls, Microsoft, and DeviantArt.
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