Delaware's Firefly Music Festival is officially in full swing and people from all over the area are enjoying the four-day festival.
Firefly goers can camp out on the grounds of the Dover International Speedway and watch performances from over 100 bands from June 18-21.
Due to Delaware’s location, within driving distance from Philadelphia, New York and Washington D.C., as many as 90,000 people are expected to attend the event.
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The festival’s headliners include Paul McCartney, Kings of Leon, Gary Clark Jr., and The Killers.
Camping vehicles arrived on Wednesday to help spread out traffic volume, and organizers are also separating entrances for campers and people driving in to the festival.
If you’re not attending the festival this year, you still have a chance to check out select performances by watching AXS TV broadcasts.