Firefly Festival Announces 2020 Lineup

Firefly Music Festival, the East Coast’s largest music and camping festival, scheduled for June 18-21 at the Woodlands of Dover International Speedway, announced its full lineup on Tuesday, Jan. 28. The 2020 lineup includes Rage Against the Machine, Billie Eilish, Halsey, Khalid, Blink 182, Maggie Rogers, Cage the Elephant, Illenium, Run the Jewels and more performing across six stages.

Eilish made history at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards this year by becoming the first woman to take home the four biggest awards in one year: record, album, song and best new artist. She also won best pop vocal album. Cage the Elephant also won a Grammy with best rock album.
“I’m most excited to see Rage against the machine, but I’m stoked to see Billie Eilish as well,” said Elijah Kitchen of Milford. “I’ve seen her live performances and it looks awesome. I enjoy most of her music, it’s deep, has a lot of hidden undertones and themes. It’s real.”

This will be Elijah’s sixth Firefly Music Festival. “I love the community, everyone’s there just to have a good time and enjoy music in the woodlands.”

Founded in 2012, Firefly Music Festival is the east coast’s largest alt-rock, hip-hop and electronic music and camping festival, taking place annually in The Woodlands of Dover, DE. The Woodlands is the place where festival fans immerse themselves in amazing performances, enjoy a wide assortment of food selections,

Last year, Amy Garrahan attended the festival for the first time and was “hooked.” This year she is excited to see Halsey, Billie Eilish, Rage Against the Machine, Blink 182, Khalid, Big Boi, Neon Trees, Devon Gilfillian, RDGLDGRN and Grouplove.

“I love the ability to see dozens of live performances at one venue and the variety of different music genres,” said Garrahan. “Last year we really enjoyed the Hammock Hangout and the Dog Fish Tent. This year I am hoping to experience more of the attractions.”

Festival dates are June 18 through 21. Tickets to the general public began Monday, February 3 at 10 am. More information on this year’s festival can be found online at https://fireflyfestival.com

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