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Work Exchange Team

FanStaff Program

Be a part of the team that brings Firefly to life. This is a great way to get involved in the music you love and contribute your skills to making the magic happen. FanStaff have access to a discounted attendee ticket and free camping. FanStaff are paid hourly for all shifts worked. Ready to apply? Program details and application can be found by clicking the button below. 

Firefly Forces

Firefly Forces U.S. military vetrans interested in internships and working at the festival are invited to our Firefly Forces program. Providing opportunities for military service members who love music is one way we can show gratitude to those who bravely serve our country. More information available by clicking the button below.


Firefly is made all the better by our vendors. We hope you’ll consider being a part of the east coast’s largest music and camping festival . Join us June 18-21, 2020 at The Woodlands in Dover, Delaware.

Please note, all vendors must be available for the full festival dates June 18-21, 2020 and available to load in June 15 or 16.

Market & Craft Vendors

Interested in becoming a Market or Craft vendor at Firefly Music Festival 2020?

Food Vendors

Firefly Eats brings an array of food options to festival attendees. All Food Vendors must pass Health Inspection by the Department of Health.

Code Purple

After the festival wraps, donate usable items you no longer need to help Code Purple serve the homeless community in Kent County. Since 2014 Firefly Music Festival fans have provided more than 43 tons of food, 700+ tents, and 2,000+ sleeping bags to Code Purple. Check back to see how you can support them at Firefly 2020.


We’re all about active participation whether in music or democracy. We’re proud to partner with HeadCount to bring voter registration to Firefly Music Festival


Let’s work together to be environmentally responsible.

Keep these trash and recycling tips in mind so you and your neighbors are happy campers (and the earth’s happier, too).

Trash and Recycling Bags

  • Receive empty bags on your way into the campgrounds. As needed, dispose of your waste and recycling in the appropriate bags, tie them up, and leave at the edge of the road for pick up at your site.
  • Swing by your nearest Ranger Station or ask the Firefly Crew for extra bags when they come to sweep the grounds each day if you need more.
  • Bring your own, and take any extras home with you.
  • Collect and return a bag of trash or recyclables to the nearest Ranger Station or Trading Post in exchange for a free gift!