Dirtybird Campout East Coast took place on the first weekend of February in sunny St. Cloud, Florida. Dirtybird Campouts are known for the incredible family vibes and music selection including house, techno, and bass music. As its first time debuting on the east coast, it was a great turn out and the sound was on point.
Take a virtual tour of the campout while listening to the Dirtybird Campout East Coast Compilation.
Unfortunately, on Friday the music was temporarily shut down by the city due to complaints in the neighborhood… However, after pulling a couple of strings, and many attempts, thanks to Pitbull and Marco Rubio‘s lawyer the festival was back on. Besides those challenging tests, it was proved to the world that the Dirtybird family was there to stay.
The Campout’s location was ideal, tucked away nicely in a backwoods campground alongside a calm lake.
If you ever attended past year’s Dirtybird Campout‘s in California, you would see that the east coast version was no different. From paddling on the swamp to playing dodge ball, there was never a dull moment. The smiles and laughs of happiness and joy were blooming all around.
After retrieving the wonderful news that the music was allowed to resume, Saturday was lit.
Saturday performances on the Birdhouse stage included Christian Martin, Lee K, Marshall Jefferson, Will Clarke, Walker & Royce b2b with the legendary, Claude VonStroke. The dirt and rocks trembled by the Bass Lodge stage with performances by Madam X, Sage Armstrong, Mija + Ryan Forever, and Pearson Sound. It’s needless to say that the music continued to impress.
Take a listen Billy Kenny’s Dirtybird Campout mix:
On the last day, the dance floor shenanigans continued to ensue thanks to sets by Dateless, Ardalan, Worthy, Shiba San, Justin Jay, Craze and ending with a traditional family set.
The activities including yoga and spiritual healing released the tension. The games turned the fields to an adult playground. The food was well chosen for meat lovers to vegetarian and vegan. Love was shared, and the excitement had no downfall.