Firefly at the Woodlands
Firefly Music Festival has been Delaware’s premier music festival since its inception in July 2012. The 2021 dates are Thursday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 26th. People from all over the east coast and beyond will attend the festival at The Woodlands in Dover, Delaware located behind Dover International Speedway and Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. Some of this year’s headliners are Billie Elish, the Killers, tame Impala, and Lizzo For a complete list of artists and lineup, you can visit the official website by clicking here.
During this year’s 3 day event, the Woodlands will become the undisputed center of the music world, with artists ranging from Hip-Hip to Hardcore. Firefly features day-long concerts on different stages and many fun activities for tens of thousands of attendees. In addition to tent and RV camping, you are also able to go glamping (glamorous camping). Along with the music and fun, there is a vast array of food vendors meeting all of your festival food cravings. There will also be many adult beverages available to choose from including Dogfish Head featuring their Firefly Ale.
Are there Arrests During Firefly
In addition to all the fun you can have, unfortunately, you can also get into trouble. In the past, there have been arrests for matters such as underage drinking, drug charges, theft, assault, resisting arrest, and criminal trespass among other things. If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of being arrested while attending Firefly, you will need to hire a Delaware Criminal Defense attorney. One of the best attorneys in Dover, Delaware is Ronald D. Phillips, Jr. Esquire of the Law Offices of Murray Phillips & Gay. Ron believes that every client has a story and every story deserves to be heard.
Learn More about Criminal Defense in Delaware
To learn more about Criminal Defense in Delaware click here or email Ron by clicking here. To schedule a free consultation call 302-422-9300.
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