Dirtybird Founders Claude VonStroke and Justin Martin unite the fanbase to spend a weekend celebrating the label’s shared love of music at the annual Dirtybird Campout.
The festival will be located on Lake San Antonio, where Lightning in a Bottle is held, from Oct. 6 to 8. Campout won’t call Orange County home again because of new sound ordinance restrictions and campground space reduction at the venue.
The weekend presents performances by everybody’s favorite Dirtybird players, some eye-catching sets are:
Eats Everything, Sacha Robotti, and Kill Frenzy B2B Will Clarke.
Festival-goers can also expect another set from The Martin Brothers, which in years past was a dreamy sunrise drum & bass experience.
The lineup also includes many artists not signed to the label including:
The teenage brother-sister duo from Canada sings on self-produced beats. Expect mellow, indie-electronic vibes from this not-to-miss moment.
Mija’s “FK A Genre” tour with Netsky and Ryan Forever
Mija told rolling stone that she’s “hoping that [the tour] gives fans all across the country who have seen me and these other people play, a brand new experience.”
and a B2B set from Mikey Lion and Lee Reynolds of Desert Hearts
Unlike other festivals, the artists can be found walking around the general admission crowd and participating in the fun and games that the festival has to offer. The camp counselors get down and dirty diving for home base in kick ball and being dragged by the tug-of-war rope.
It is in perfect fashion to release your inner childhood jitters over the free-spirited, summer camp themed weekend. On top of a stacked lineup, campers are encouraged to attend games and activities. Whether you specialize in friendship bracelet making, wood carving or competitive beat boxing, there’s a special place waiting for you to find comfort in.
Tickets are on sale here. Every car is required to purchase a vehicle pass to enter the festival ground.