Firefly in Photos Posted on September 29, 2022 BY TABITHA REEVESStaff Reporter BY RISHA INAGANTIStaff Reporter THE REVIEW/Tabitha Reeves The Bazaar was bustling with shoppers searching for their new favorite crochet top or inflatable beanbag for the duration of the entire festival. THE REVIEW/Tabitha ReevesThe Thicket featured a silent disco, with plenty of room to dance both behind the trees and on outside decks. Pictured above, Firefly-goers jam out to “Shake it Off” by Taylor Swift. THE REVIEW/Risha InagantiOn Thursday, the 502s took the Treehouse Stage, playing feel-good tunes as the sun went down. THE REVIEW/Risha InagantiWith a live voice identical to what’s heard in his released songs, indie artist Briston Maroney attracted a large crowd on Thursday afternoon. THE REVIEW/Risha InagantiDreams came true for followers of the early 2000’s grunge popstar, Avril Lavigne, as she sang fan-favorites, such as “Sk8er Boi”, on Friday evening. THE REVIEW/Risha InagantiThe Firefly grounds were filled with modern art sculptures that many stopped to take pictures with. THE REVIEW/Tabitha Reeves At the main Firefly stage, Willow Smith had fans awestruck by her sense of style and vocals. THE REVIEW/Tabitha ReevesFriday’s sunset brought a warm hue to the festival grounds. THE REVIEW/Tabitha ReevesFood was always a few steps away, no matter where you were, but $18 for a sandwich made it tempting to pack a lunch. THE REVIEW/Tabitha ReevesA shower house for those who chose to camp onsite gave people a chance to clean up between days. THE REVIEW/Tabitha ReevesHammock Hangout was filled with festival attendees looking for a moment away from the excitement. THE REVIEW/Risha InagantiAdding to the many sculptures throughout the grounds, a larger-than-life coyote, made entirely of wood planks, could be found near The Nest. THE REVIEW/Tabitha Reeves Neon lights adorned the trees throughout walking paths from one stage to the next. THE REVIEW/Tabitha Reeves Firefly festival’s “Good Hub” displayed a concern for mental and physical health, complete with stands dedicated to Planned Parenthood, puppies you could pet, and mental health awareness.