Firefly Music Festival, the east coast’s largest music and camping festival, taking place June 18 – 21, today announced the full lineup. 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 by becoming the first woman to take home the four biggest awards: record, album, song and best new artist. She also won best pop vocal album. Cage the Elephant took home an award at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards with best rock album.
To guarantee tickets before they sell out, visit FireflyFestival.com to register and receive a unique code for early access. Ticket presale begins Friday, January 31 at 10 a.m. ET with tickets on sale to the general public beginning Monday, February 3 on FireflyFestival.com.
Firefly Music Festival is the East Coast’s premier four-day music experience featuring over 600 acres of camping, dining and interactive entertainment nestled within The Woodlands in Dover, DE. BuzzFeed’s Clark McCaskill has said, “It was like stepping into an enchanted woodland with music pouring through the trees…”
Four-day GA tickets start at $299 and can be purchased on FireflyFestival.com starting Monday, February 3 at 10 a.m. ET.
Firefly is conveniently located within driving distance from most major metropolitan areas on the East Coast (including Philadelphia (under 2 hours), Baltimore (under 2 hours), Washington D.C (under 2 hours) and New York City (3 hours). Fans can also take advantage of the Firefly Regional Shuttle Program with pickup locations conveniently located throughout Delaware. Long distance shuttles from Philadelphia, DC, Baltimore and New York City are also available on FireflyFestival.com.
Firefly Music Festival 2020 Lineup:
Cage the Elephant
Choir! Choir! Choir!
Cold War Kids
David Lee Roth
Eliza & The Delusionals
Rage Against the Machine
Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Run the Jewels
The Band Camino
The Glorious Sons
The Unlikely Candidates