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Firefly Music Festival has announced its 2021 lineup. The iconic music festival will return this year for four days, taking place Sept. 23-26.

The event will be held at the Woodlands at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. In total, the festival will host over 120 artists, along with a wide range of amenities and other experiences.

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Firefly Music Festival has been in limbo since 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival originally announced a 2020 lineup headlined by Rage Against The Machine, Billie Eilish, Halsey, blink-182, Khalid and Maggie Rogers. While the festival initially was postponed, organizers eventually made the decision to cancel the event altogether.

Now, over a year since the 2020 roster was first announced, the 2021 festival lineup has been released. The festival headliners this year will include Billie Eilish, the Killers, Tame Impala and Lizzo.

The full lineup hosts a broad range of artists, including Phoebe Bridgers, KennyHoopla, Claud, Dominic Fike, girl in red, Badflower, Denzel Curry, Machine Gun Kelly, Taking Back Sunday and Portugal. The Man.

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Other acts on the bill include Glass Animals, Arlo Parks, Caribou, Atlas Genius, Band Of Horses, Des Rocs, Sylvan Esso, jxdn, Megan Thee Stallion, Duckwrth, Lovelytheband, Diplo, Cage The Elephant, White Reaper, Roddy Ricch, Deep Sea Diver, Wiz Khalifa, Nelly, iann dior, Kim Petras, Middle Kids, Khruangbin and many others.

The full roster for this year’s event is available on the Firefly website.

Firefly Music Festival will feature seven stages, ranging in size and varying in terms of the type of experience they each offer. In addition to larger stages, the festival will also include a number of smaller performance spaces. These include the Treehouse, an intimate stage hosting emerging artists, as well as the Nest, which provides a dance space led by DJs.

This year’s ticket presale begins Friday, May 14 at 10 a.m. ET. Any remaining inventory will go on sale to the general public Monday, May 17 at 10 a.m. ET.

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General admission tickets start at $299, plus fees for a weekend pass. There are also VIP passes available for $699, plus fees and Super VIP passes available for $2,499, plus fees. You can find more information on tickets here.

Firefly Music Festival is known for offering camping options along with the live performances, and this year is no different. The festival offers a number of options for festival-goers who wish to stay on-site, including simple accommodations close to the festival grounds. There are also a number of group and comfort-based “glamping” options.

Beyond access to live performances, attendees can also explore a wide range of amenities at the Firefly Music Festival. The event will feature a silent disco, beach club, roller rink, hammock hangout and daily yoga. Campers will additionally have access to a shower house, a general store and ranger stations.

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This year’s festival will also show its support for the LGBTQIA+ community with a pride parade and a drag brunch. In addition, the festival will continue its collaboration with iconic Delaware staple Dogfish Head Brewery.

The full festival lineup, ticket sales and other information for Firefly Music Festival can be viewed here.

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