5 Artists You Must Check Out at Firefly

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Making a decision sometimes is like trying to parallel park outside of a packed event. You know it has to be done, and it can be done, but the journey involves changing directions and focus, just for a few minutes. When there’s a large lineup of artists at one huge four-day long festival and your budget is questionable, you need a guide or a map of who and what to go to in order to make the most of it. Delaware is a budding state, and for some, it’s forgotten, unless passing through for some sales-tax free shopping or Firefly 2017. This year, the home-grown festival continues to boast big names, so here are 5 artists you must check out at Firefly, before hitting road back home.

Day 1

O.A.R.

Giving you a side of alternative that can be anthemic, rhythmic, or suited for shared expression after a long day of life, O.A.R. continues providing material suited for a big stage. Lyrics like “You go round and around it, you go over and under, I go through” bring a vivid reality of singing along your frustrations in a world of people facing the same.

Starter: “Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
Song to Shout Out: “I Go Through

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