Eat and Drink BottleRock, Firefly and more tasty music festivals to travel to this spring By Meredith Deliso Updated March 1, 2016 1:28 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Concessions are becoming an increasingly curated part of music festivals. Combine your love of travel, good grub and tunes at these four. Southern Ground Music & Food Festival Photo Credit: Southern Ground Music & Food Festival April 16-17, Charleston, South Carolina At this two-day shindig, local chefs Craig Deihl, Patrick Owens, RJ Cooper and Rusty Hamlin join forces with Zac Brown Band, Marshall Tucker Band, Kacey Musgraves and more to bring Southern flavor. April 16-17, $115/general one-day admission, $189/general two-day admission; charleston.southerngroundfestival.com BottleRock Photo Credit: Arash Malek May 27-29, Napa Valley, California Expect plenty of wine, naturally, as well as eats from nearly 50 vendors, such as Morimoto and Bouchon Bakery, at this music and food festival, which has its own culinary stage along with the ones used by the performers. As for the lineup, Stevie Wonder, Florence & the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Lumineers are among the headlining acts. $129/one-day ge neral admission, bottlerocknapavalley.com Firefly Music Festival Photo Credit: Firefly Music Festival June 16-19, Dover, Delaware When not bobbing your head to Mumford & Songs, Kings of Leon, Florence & the Machine, Deadmau5 and dozens of other acts, you can head to an on-site craft brewery helmed by Dogfish Head, hang out at the brand-new Beercade (for beer and arcade games, of course), grab something to eat at one of several food trucks or brand new restaurant concepts (including one that focuses on local Delaware fare), load up on fresh fruit at the farmer's market and more. This year will also have more options for veggie, vegan and gluten-free diets than in previous years. $299/four-day general admission, fireflyfestival.com Summerfest Music Festival Photo Credit: Summerfest Music Festival June 29-July 3, July 5-10, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Food, music and beer are the name of the game for this music festival. Over the course of the 11-day festival, attendees will have their pick of more than 45 food and beverage vendors, serving up donuts, fajitas, ribs, fried food and more, between checking out the more than 800 acts. Scheduled headliners include Selena Gomez, Weezer, Sting and Peter Gabriel, Panic! At The Disco and Blake Shelton. Prices vary by day and show, summerfest.com By Meredith Deliso Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.