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Faces of Firefly 2018

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New York-based songstress Kat Cunning rocked the Treehouse Stage on Friday night at the Woodlands.

 

 

LA’s punky The Regrettes performed double-duty with a pair of sets on Friday.

 

 

For $25 and a friendly tip, one of the festival’s roving water tanker crews filled up the swimming pool belonging to Laurie Edwards of Magnolia, Linda Ahern of Camden, Kelly Alstott of Wyoming and Tara Morgan of West Chester, Pennsylvania. The friends linked four RVs together to create a private Firefly courtyard, complete with inflatable flamingos and palm trees to match the pool, grills, and collapsible mini bars.

 

 

Firefly’s coolest grandfather, John McDonald, was back in the Woodlands for his seventh consecutive year. The dapper 72-year-old from West Berlin, New Jersey, came back to see—who else?—the Killers.

 

 

With a slicked-down look and sound from their latest album, “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,” the Arctic Monkeys were Friday night’s headliners.

 

 

For the downstate development giants at Schell Brothers, tricked-out camping at Firefly simply makes sense. The company hosted around 100 people—employees and their friends and family members—for the weekend at its premium campsite comprised of 11 fully loaded RVs. Boasting a fully stocked tiki bar (which took a crew of about 18 to assemble on Wednesday), a keg truck (loaded with local microbrews, dozens of beer pong and cornhole sets, and furnishings by Echelon Interiors) and a light show worthy of Daft Punk, this site raged on into the wee hours of the morning.

 

 

The Firefly crowd gets ramped up Friday afternoon.

 

 

Grammy-winning New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne was iced out on a hot Saturday evening at the Firefly Stage.

 

 

This Lehigh Valley crew, who calls themselves We Are Off-Centered, were back at the Woodlands with their custom-remodeled school bus. This year the bus was sporting a fresh coat of almond-colored exterior paint alongside the reclaimed-wood interiors, a swing-down flatscreen TV and bottlecap-festooned breakfast table.

 

 

Unicorn season was open at Firefly 2018.

 

 

Brandon from Lewes takes on Sunday morning at Firefly in style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theatrically trained pop singer Kat Cunning performed at the Treehouse Stage Friday night.

 

 

Foster the People brought their eclectic sound to two Firefly stages on Friday night.

 

 

 

 

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