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ABOUT FIREFLY

Taking place annually in The Woodlands of Dover, DE., Firefly Music Festival is the east coast’s largest music and camping festival. Featuring incredible live performances by genre-bending artists, unique food and drink vendors and a one-of-a-kind onsite camping experience, The Great Atlantic Campout, Firefly Music Festival, has become a can’t miss summer event for legions of fans. The 2019 festival will take place June 21 - 23.

CONNECT WITH FIREFLY

Web: FireflyFestival.com/
Facebook: facebook.com/FireflyMusicFestival
Twitter: twitter.com/LiveAtFirefly
Instagram: instagram.com/FireflyMusicFestival
YouTube: youtube.com/user/FireflyMusicFestival

Official Hashtags: #Firefly2019 #Fireflyers #FireflyMusicFestival

PRESS QUOTES     

“As previously reported, much of this year’s festival will be curated by fans, including the lineup. By the looks of it, they did a pretty darn good job.” 

    – Consequence of Sound 

“If Firefly is one thing, it’s consistent, putting together diverse lineups but maintaining an overall identity that’s distinctly its own.” 

    – Paste Magazine

“Nestled within the woods of Delaware, Firefly has steadily gained a reputation for putting eclectic lineups (topped by reliably impressive headliners) amid a refreshing woodland setting.” 

    – Billboard Magazine

“Since 2012, the festival has been sweeping through the capital city of Dover with multiple stages, including the acoustic-only “treehouse stage,” and an insane number of food vendors and artists. This may very well be the first time I’ve said this, but Delaware seems…fresh as hell.”

    - Uproxx

“Firefly. This is like the new Glastonbury of America!”

    – Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Sons

“Thriving on togetherness, love, and four days of great music, this year’s Firefly was one for the books.”

     – Philadelphia Weekly