Firefly Music Festival is quickly growing to become THE premier rock fest on the East Coast. Summer 2013 brought and even bigger influx of fans from across the region and around the country, gathering
What’s new in Delaware
Finding out what’s fresh and fun can be a challenge for any reporter assigned to write a “what’s new” story. With that in mind, here’s a roundup of new events, attractions and restaurants in Delaware that could help get your “Summer in Delaware” stories rolling. For more information on any of these story ideas, e-mail Visit.Delaware@state.de.us or call 302-672-6813.
For a look at new restaurants coming to the Delaware resorts (and beyond) this summer, see the Delaware Beaches New Restaurant Roundup for 2015.
Country Music Festivals galore: This could be the year Delaware becomes the music festival capital of the East Coast. The now-legendary Firefly is being joined by two country music festivals -- Big Barrel and Delaware Junction.
New Entertainment Destinations: From high-tech movie theatres to trampoline parks, travelers are getting more reasons to come for the fun.
Brewpubs Galore: Delaware’s craft beer (and spirits) industry is showing no signs of slowing down, with a slew of new breweries, distilleries and brewpubs coming.
A new taste to love: Get ready for a new line of gourmet sodas being created by the beach restaurant empire of the late Matt Haley.
Food on the Run: 2015 is the year when gourmet food trucks really get rolling in Delaware.
New Camping Options: A brand-new, $10 million campground has been opened at Delaware Seashore State Park.
Here's a sampling of some of the new restaurants with a focus on beer and spirits opening at the Delaware beaches this year. Some are already open, but many are aiming for late spring debut – check