DOVER — After COVID-19 canceled last year’s Firefly, Billie Eilish is slated to make her appearance in Delaware this September.
The multi-Grammy award winning singer — along with The Killers, Tame Impala and Lizzo — is slated to headline this year’s festival. Officials announced in March it’d be making its return.
Presale begins Friday at 10 a.m. Registration online will allow those interested to purchase passes.
The festival kicks off Thursday, Sept. 23 and runs through Sunday, Sept. 26 at the Woodlands of Dover International Speedway. This year marks the return of a four day event, up from three days in 2019.
Additional acts include: 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, blackbear, Slander, Madeon, Sofi Tukker, Chris Lake, Big Wild, Duke Dumont, Caribou, Taking Back Sunday, Band of Horses, Judah & the Lion, Iann Dior, Denzel Curry, Dominic Fike, Girl in Red, Marc Rebillet, Oliver Tree, Still Woozy, Tate McRae, Kim Petras, Arlo Parks, Mt. Joy, lovelytheband, grandson, Trevor Daniel, Flo Milli, Badflower, Clozee, Surf Mesa, Remi Wolf, Lost Frequencies, $not, Sub Urban, Peach Pit, Turnstile, jxdn, Aluna, Missio, Elohim, Ritt Momney, White Reaper, Gracie Abrams, Atlas Genius, Royal & the Serpent, Role Model, Cannons, Kennyhoopla, Duckwrth, Clever, GG MAGREE & Mija, Anna of the North, Middle Kids, Claud, Almost Monday, Des Rocs, Deep Sea Diver, Orion Sun, Kenny Mason, Michigander, Binki, Noga Erez, ONR, St. Panther, Rozet, Laundry Day, Maria Isabel, carolesdaughter, Madds, LP Giobbi, Redveil, Cassy, Jordy, Serena Isioma, Rossy, Blossom, Positive Movement Drumline.