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Dirtybird Go Virtual With Couchout Live Stream Festival

Dirtybird has unveiled the lineup and programming for their Couchout virtual live stream festival, featuring a robust and eclectic list of producers and artists. The 7-day extravaganza begins October 2 and runs through October 8 on Twitch.

Guests can get a taste of regular Campout festivities, which is normally in early October in North California, including karaoke, comedy shows, yoga, and tie-dying workshops. Some artists slated to play include the man himself, Claude Vonstroke, plus Carl Craig, Mija, Walker & Royce, Ardalan, VNSSA, and more.

This year would have been the fifth anniversary of the beloved festival, one that has become well-known and appreciated around the community for its idiosyncrasies and weirdness. Don’t let this get you down, and get ready to enjoy the festivities virtually. 

Dirtybird opens its doors to anyone at Couchout looking to claim their own role in the online spectacle. Those looking to strut their stuff on the virtual stage can apply to join a Talent Show with anything from singing, to comedy, to swimming or jumping rope. Counselor Claude will be handpicking his favorite performers with the crowd choosing the ultimate winner and recipient of two free tickets to next year’s Campout. DJs can also submit 30-60 minute video sets of their own for a chance to join the official Couchout lineup, as well as two free tickets to the next Campout. The floor opens to fan votes from September 26-30. 

In addition to the virtual festival is a Couchout Compilation showcasing the sound of Dirtybird. Pre-save the compilation here.

DJ Contest Submissions due by Sept 25th, voting opens Sept 26-Sept 30th—APPLY HERE

Talent Show Submissions September 25th at 11:59PM PT to submit their talent—APPLY HERE

Of the Night Packages – orders due by Sept 29th @ noon – ORDER HERE

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