Dirtybird announces line-up for its inaugural Birdhouse Festival
Chicago will host the carnival-infused event this September
Dirtybird has revealed the line-up for its inaugural Chicago-based event, The Birdhouse Festival. The festival will combine classic American carnival nostalgia with Dirtybird's carefree and jumping sound system stylings for what is being described as "a cotton-candy fueled outdoor ride."
Dirtybird regulars will be taking over the decks for this imaginative event, including Will Clarke, J. Phlip - who will join Chicago legend Gene Farris for a special b2b session - and Christian Martin who will join forces with his brother in arms, Ardalan. Chicago locals ZDS, Fancy Fux and Teknicoz will also join the festivities and attendees will be treated to a surprise set from another local Chicago legend as well.
Dirtybird leader Claude VonStroke will headline the festival and plans to bring his "juke and footwork inspired house vibes back to the midwest" following his memorable headline set at Detroit's Movement Festival in May.
The event will also feature games, prizes, classic carnival grub, and of course, big electronic tunes that are bound to send off the summer with a bang.
The Birdhouse Festival goes down on Saturday, September 8 in Chicago.
Purchase tickets by going here.
The Birdhouse festival precedes Dirtybird's famous West Coast Campout, taking place on October 5-7 in California. Learn more here
We're excited to bring these artists to the Midwest!— Dirtybird (@Dirtybird) August 8, 2018
See You in September, Chicago!
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