Lineup Lodging Passes Experience Info

Music Gives to St. Jude Kids

Music changes lives, and so can you.

As the official charity of Firefly Music Festival, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Families never receive a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food from St. Jude, because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.



Fundraise for St. Jude and earn big for each milestone you reach. Fundraise $750 and meet a Firefly artist (past meet and greets have been with Blink 182, Of Monsters and Men, Kygo, The Chainsmokers, and more). Fundraise $1,250 and earn two FREE GA passes to Firefly. Reach $2,500 and earn two FREE VIP PassesStart Fundraising


   Level 1:  Fundraise $25 receive a Music Gives to SJ kids t-shirt (and a sticker)

   Level 2: Fundraise $50 receive level 1 and a Music Gives hat

   Level 3: Fundraise$100 receive levels 1, 2 and a St. Jude/Firefly bottle

   Level 4: Fundraise $750 receive levels 1-3 and attend artist meet and greets

   Level 5: Fundraise$1000 receive levels 1-4 and 2 free Firefly General Admission Weekend Passes

   Level 6: Fundraise $2500 to receive all of the above PLUS 2 VIP Passes to enjoy Firefly!



  1. Make a one-time donation during the checkout process when buying your pass.
  2. Book your hotel through Hotels For Hope. They donate $2.00 for every hotel booked.
  3. At the festival, leave a tip at the Merchandise Store. 100% of these are donated!
  4. Follow St. Jude on social media and share their mission!
  5. Purchase the commemorative pass, firefly hat, or camping flag when buying your pass. We’ll donate 25% of the proceeds to St. Jude.

Red Frog Events, the producer of Firefly Music Festival, has been privileged to partner with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital since 2010. Through their portfolio of events, Red Frog has helped fundraise over $13 million for the kids who deserve it most. In January 2013, Red Frog Events committed to raising $25 million for St. Jude and obtained naming rights to the “St. Jude Red Frog Events Proton Therapy Center” that was completed in 2015 in Memphis.