Westend Gets Us Grooving Ahead of Dirtybird Campout


Ahead of his set at Dirtybird Campout this year, Westend has gifted us with a playlist to get our feet moving to the beat and ready for some action!

One of the artists who we were most excited to see grace the lineup for the upcoming edition of Dirtybird Campout is none other than Westend. Even though he put us in the “Friend Zone” last month he’s had us still enamored with his sound and keeping us coming back for more.

Blowing us away with his infectious tunes and sets, we’re sure that his performance at one of our favorite festivals will be a memorable one. And don’t fret if you’ll be missing out on the fun in NorCal next month as he’ll also be joining Golf Clap and the Country Club Disco crew as they take the stage ahead of EDC Orlando on November 10 at the Home Bass Pool Party!

To get us all hyped for the experience ahead Westend has gifted us with a playlist of tunes that he’s been digging lately that include everyone from Dirtybird mainstays like Ardalan to progressive grooves from Cristoph. Keep your ears tuned in to his social channels as well, because his upcoming track “Ambidextrous” is due to be released on the official Dirtybird Campout compilation as well!

Take a listen to the playlist below, let us know which track is your favorite from the selection, and make sure to grab those last-minute tickets to Dirtybird Campout if you haven’t yet already!

Stream Westend’s Dirtybird Campout Playlist on Spotify:

“The pumped level is off the charts for Campout this year. I have been twice before and I know how wild this festival gets. The whole thing is designed so that everyone has as much fun as possible. Can’t wait to see old friends and make a ton of new ones this year.”

– Westend


  1. Westend – Friend Zone
  2. John Summit – Viva Voce
  3. Ardalan – I Can’t Wait
  4. Billy Kenny, Huxley – SWEAT
  5. Dom Dolla – San Frandisco
  6. Perto, Kah-Lo, Dillon Nathaniel – Bad Maybe Good – Dillon Nathaniel Remix
  7. Mirco Caruso – DiscoBoogie
  8. Eddy M – Dropping
  9. Endor – Pump It Up
  10. Carlo Lio, Cloonee – Brother Jungle – Cloonee Remix
  11. CamelPhat, Cristoph, Jem Cooke – Breathe – Cristoph Remix
  12. Âme, Rampa – No War – Rampa Remix
  13. Affiliate, Dakota Sixx, AC13 – Change Your Mind – AC13 Remix
  14. Midland – Final Credits
  15. Push, Bart Skils – Universal Nation – Bart Skils Remix

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