We've selected a can't-miss artist you can check out each day of Firefly (plus an extra one Sunday). They won't be on the main stage.

An estimated 90,000 revelers will sink their teeth into a musical buffet at Firefly, Thursday through Sunday.

The menu will have 120-plus yummy options (music artists) in The Woodlands of Dover.

In addition to sugary headliners like The Weeknd, Bob Dylan and His Band, Muse, Twenty One Pilots and Chance The Rapper, there will be much more ear-candy to enjoy, so much so that it’ll be impossible to taste it all.

To make your life a little easier, we’ll get you started with a big appetizer. We’ve selected a delicious can’t-miss artist you can check out each day of the festival plus an extra one Sunday.

THURSDAY

1. *Repeat Repeat

Bright pop plus garage rock with a message equals the trio *Repeat Repeat.

The Nashville band’s sophomore release, “Floral Canyon,” sees an evolution from the group’s sound, adding dusky hues to their bright surf-pop melodies as they address the modern culture (“Plugged In”), shaky relationships (“Mostly”), religious ideals (“Speaker Destroyer”) and more.

“Floral Canyon” is slated to drop this fall.

*Repeat Repeat is a family band that started in 2012. It was co-founded by Jared Corder - raised on punk bands Bad Religion and Black Flag - and Andrew Herrin, a fan of ‘90s groups like Nada Surf and Gin Blossoms.

The crew grew into a three-piece when producer Gregory Lattimer suggested Corder’s wife, Kristyn, sing in the group. She’s been a hand-in-glove fit and the group hasn’t looked back since.

WHEN 4 to 5 p.m., Thursday

WHERE Northeast Hub Stage

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FRIDAY

 2. Big Wild

It all started with a burning desire to create something new. EDM artist Big Wild’s sound is based on the curiosity of what happens when you journey into the rabbit hole and dig past conventional boundaries in music.

Big Wild recently released his new EP, “Invincible.”

As part of his current tour, he’ll play a string of major festivals and venues, including Bumbershoot, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Electric Forest Festival and the Red Rocks Amphitheater.

WHEN 5 to 6 p.m., Friday

WHERE Pavilion Stage

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SATURDAY

3. Magic Giant

Part of Firefly’s formula has been to recruit lots of artists who haven’t quite crossed over into the mainstream, yet have a strong upward trajectory.

Magic Giant certainly fits that description.

MG stands tall as an indie trio from Los Angeles, whose breakthrough single, “Set On Fire,” has more than 3 million streams.

In May the band released its debut album, “In The Wind,” including “Set On Fire” and its latest single, “Great Divide.”

Magic Giant has built a reputation for its infectious sing-alongs and communal live experiences.

In 2016, the band moved bodies and souls in over 30 cities across North America, touring with bands Mike Posner and Beats Antique and playing festivals ranging from Electric Forest to Lightning in a Bottle.

WHEN 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Saturday

WHERE Lawn Stage

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SUNDAY

4. Waka Flocka Flame

Expect nothing shy of rowdiness on steroids when Waka Flocka Flame scorches The Woodlands.

The trap rapper, born Juaquin Malphurs, has rocked many feral crowds, including the Vans Warped Tour in 2016.

Waka Flocka rose to prominence as artist Gucci Mane’s protégé.

In 2009, Flocka put trap music back on the map, dropping the first volume of his street classic, “Salute Me or Shoot Me,” catching fire with songs like “We On The Way,” “Dreads N Gold” and his breakout single “O Let’s Do It.”

The mixtape’s buzz allowed him to release his debut, “Flockaveli,” peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard 100.

Flocka dropped his sophomore album, “Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family,” in 2012.

WHEN 3:45 to 4:45 p.m., Sunday

WHERE Backyard Stage

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5. Misterwives

After glowing in their Firefly debut in 2014, Misterwives is headed back to illuminate Dover even more.

Earlier this year, the genre-bending band from New York City released their single “Machine,” showcasing the next step in the band’s musical direction.

Influenced by many disparate genres, yet beholden to none, the song demonstrates great self-assurance and furthers the band’s commitment to being true to themselves and stick it to the Sith Empire.

Two years ago, Misterwives emerged as a new voice in alt-pop music with their debut, “Our Own House.”

Their breakout smash “Reflections” achieved an RIAA gold certification and amassed more than 70 million Spotify streams.

WHEN 5:45 to 6:45 p.m., Sunday

WHERE Lawn Stage

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