Do LaB and Dirtybird have announced that their partnership in hosting Dirtybird Campout has come to an end.
Since the inception of Dirtybird Campout back in 2015, the boutique event has grown in both size and popularity as die-hard Dirtybird fans flocked to both coasts for an unreal experience. After successful editions on the West Coast in California and a recent expansion for the first-ever Dirtybird Campout East this past February, today it has been announced that the partnership between Do LaB and Dirtybird has come to a close.
Coming as a bit of a surprise to many who have fallen in love with the event over the past three years, Dirtybird has shown their desire to grow into the world of event producers. Past editions of Dirtybird Campout have featured involvement from the Do LaB from stage design to event staffing while the Dirtybird Crew provided the soundtrack for the weekend. Moving forward, all Dirtybird Campout production and curation will be brought together by their in-house team.
“Creating the wild and one-of-a-kind Dirtybird Campout has been one of the most rewarding experiences we’ve had the privilege to take part in and we’re very proud of the unique event we were able to build together. The Dirtybird community welcomed us with open arms, so hosting their amazing fans for the last 3 years has been very special.”
– Do LaB’s CoFounder and President, Jesse Flemming.
It will be interesting to see what is in store for Dirtybird Campout moving forward, as they recently announced the official dates for the event with the news that they would be heading to a new venue in California. Set to be hosted over the weekend of October 4-7, check our post for more details surrounding the latest news about the event.
While this partnership has come to an end, the Do LaB is now focused fully on their flagship festival Lightning in a Bottle. Hosted at Lake San Antonio over Memorial Day Weekend, tickets are still available for those looking to get down to some epic beats and experience one of the West Coast’s most stunning transformational festivals.