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Thousands of day trippers descended on Dover on Sunday for the last day of the 4-day Firefly Music Festival, and concert-goers were thrilled with the near-perfect weather. Sunday’s line-up included Big Gigantic, Jake Bugg, Misterwives, Cherub, Casey Alvarez and the Griswolds — 32 acts in all on six stages throughout the Woodlands. “The entire Festival was great,” said one concert-goer. “The stage props really helped — shooting flames, all of the confetti, and other decorations really made it more exciting.” More than 80,000 people were expected to enjoy the final day of Firefly 2014.

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