Firefly announces 2021 festival lineup

Four nights of headliners include Billie Eilish, The Killers, Tame Impala and Lizzo

Firefly has announced its return to Delaware’s picturesque Woodlands for September. 2021 also marks its return to a four day weekend, with performances starting on Thursday, September 23rd. The 2021 Firefly Festival, in conjunction with AEG Presents, will feature headlining sets from Billie Eilish, The Killers, Tame Impala, and Lizzo.

Megan Thee Stallion, Cage The Elephant, Roddy Ricch, Wiz Khalifa, Machine Gun Kelly, Diplo, Glass Animals, Portugal. The Man, Sylvan Esso, Khruangbin, Phoebe Bridgers, REZZ, Nelly and more will also appear.

Fans can secure weekend passes at the lowest price possible by signing up for an exclusive pre-sale at fireflyfestival.com that begins Friday, May 14th at 10 am ET. General on public is Monday, May 17th at 10 am EST via Ticketmaster. Weekend GA passes start at $299 with VIP passes running $699 each.

As the largest East Coast camping festival, Firefly has earned its reputation as one of the country’s rite-of-passage destinations for music lovers across the U.S. With a similar approach to bringing fans the larger than life experiences that helped establish the likes of Glastonbury and Reading/Leeds as must-attend events, Firefly has grown into one of the biggest, most-beloved music weekends in America. Firefly’s return in 2021 will be exactly what fans needed from the live setting they’ve been missing for over a year — incredible sets from iconic artists; the best food and beverage offerings within the Delaware Valley; unique, festival-exclusive moments that only Firefly could provide; and so much more.

With many camping packages and amenities to choose from, there is something for every fan. Camping packages include access to daily yoga, a beach club, silent discos, intramural sports, and permanent showers as well as a farmers’ market and general store. Ranger Stations throughout the campgrounds act as a community resource where festival-goers can access information, find support, and engage in other activities throughout the weekend. Camping Rangers are thoughtful, friendly, caring and informed staff whose sole focus is to ensure a positive festival experience for everyone.

Firefly Music Festival is conveniently located within driving distance from major metropolitan areas on the East Coast, including Philadelphia (under two hours), Baltimore (under two hours), Washington D.C (under two hours) and New York City (three hours). Fans can also take advantage of Amtrak service to Wilmington, Delaware as well as SEPTA and Greyhound bus line service.

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