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Beck Added to Artist Lineup for Firefly Festival

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DOVER, Del. (AP) - Officials with the Firefly Music Festival have added Beck to the artist lineup for this year's event.

Friday's announcement means Beck will be joining OutKast, the Foo Fighters, Jack Johnson and scores of other artists at the summer festival at Dover International Speedway in Delaware.

This year's festival, which is being expanded from three days to four days, also includes Grammy nominees Pretty Lights, Imagine Dragons, and The Lumineers. Weezer and British rockers Arctic Monkeys also are in the lineup.

The festival is scheduled for June 19-22

General admission tickets go on sale Monday, starting at $249 for a four-day pass. VIP passes are priced at $699 and up and are available now.

About 65,000 fans attended last year's festival, twice the turnout of the inaugural event in 2012.

 

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