One of the silliest and most care-free music festivals of our time, California’s Dirtybird Campout took its fun and infectious attitude to Florida this February for its first edition of Dirtybird Campout East.
Despite running into a bit of trouble at the beginning of their inaugural east-coast event, thanks to a number of noise complaints from grumpy neighbors, the festival managed to avoid an impending shutdown of their event (with the help of the artist Pitbull) and continue on with their epic showcase of music.
Featuring artists such as Tiga, LTJ Bukem, Roni Size, Mija, DJ Tennis, the entire Dirtybird family and many more, the festival also included a number of outrageous, camp-themed activities such as tug-of-war, kickball, sack races, bingo and more.
Adding to the loving and eclectic tomfoolery of the festival, Dirtybird Campout tends to draw in a good-looking crowd that put considerable effort into their wild outfits. Mixmag picked out the most spirited outfits from Dirtybird Campout East to inspire your attire ahead of this year’s festival season.
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