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Firefly Music Festival Tickets

Firefly Music Festival bring the established and the emerging together under one billing! Audiences get to dance the nights away among wooded landscapes and rolling sounds! Don't miss your chance; purchase your Firefly Music Festival concert tickets now!
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Firefly Music Festival Concert Tickets

Red Frog Events, a Chicago-based events company, is responsible for putting together the Firefly Music Festival. This festival features all the best up-and-coming artists. It takes place during the summer at The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway and lasts four days and five nights. This rustic retreat is the perfect venue to sing along with your favorite performers alongside other fans, so purchase your Firefly Music Festival tickets before they sell out.

The first festival took place in 2012 and featured popular artists like The Black Keys, The Killers and Jack White. After that, the festival began to gain more recognition, bringing twice the amount of people to the 2013 festival. More performers were invited back the following year, meaning audiences could choose between 71 acts. Among the most popular artists at the festival were Tom Petty, Foster the People, Vampire Weekend and Red Hot Chili Peppers. The 2013 festival drew 65,000 music fans to the 80 acres of cleared forest grounds.

It's hoped that this festival will soon grow to the popularity level of other large concert events such as Chicago's Lollapalooza, California's Coachella or Tennessee's Bonnaroo. These festivals attract as many as 100,000 fans each day that they're open.