Photos by Alex Lyon, Words by Addie Whelan
The second day of Firefly Music Festival brought some of our favorite acts of the weekend. With artists like Bishop Briggs, MAX, Alec Benjamin and more on the schedule, fans flocked to The Woodlands to take advantage of one of the most packed festival lineups to date.
Although it was early in the day, the day started off strong with Max Frost on The Lawn. A strong contender for one of our favorite acts of the day, Frost’s performance included a stripped performance of “Let Me Down Easy” and more.
While music is the biggest drawing factor for the weekend, Firefly is also known for art, food and fashion. Not only does the festival bring traditional fest food, but this year, they introduced The Woodlands Supper Club, which included a gourmet tasting menu, complete with a Dogfish Head Brewery beer and spirit pairing. Not your style? This year, The Woodlands also included a Saved by The Bell themed diner, which included photo opportunities, burgers, fries and more.
After a mid afternoon stack at some of our favorite vendors, the music got even more incredible. A performance from BROCKHAMPTON drew a significant crowd, all prepared for the rest of the night to come.
This year, the decision to pick a headliner was even more challenging than year’s past. With Death Cab for Cutie, Kygo, Travis Scott, and Passion Pit all closing out the night, the crowd split, making their way to the final stages.
Whether you spend day two of Firefly at the gourmet food stands or staying at the same stage all day, day two was the perfect way to truly see a full day of Firefly in action.
Check out photos of Firefly Music Festival’s second day below and find more festival coverage from Beyond The Stage (like Firefly) here.