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Firefly Music Festival Gets Help from Coachella Promoters

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DOVER, Del.- Firefly Music Festival will get some help from a major promoter in the music industry. 

Goldenvoice, the creators of Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, announced it has joined forces with Firefly Music Festival's creators Red Frog Events.  Goldenvoice will promote and produce this year's festival in Dover.

"We're so impressed with what they've created in such a short time, how could we not want to be a part of it?" said Paul Tollett, President & CEO of Goldenvoice.

"We are excited to be working with the Goldenvoice team," said Joe Reynolds, founder and CEO of Red Frog Events. "This partnership will continue to propel the success of Firefly for years to come."

Firefly Music Festival is one of the fastest growing music festivals in the country.  The four-day event is held annually in June at The Woodlands at Dover International Speedway.   Dates for the 2015 event are June 18-21.
 
Goldenvoice is an AEG Live company.  Its festival portfolio includes Coachella, Stagecoach, and FYF Fest.


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