Dirtybird Campout has quickly become one of the most beloved, boutique EDM festivals since its launch back in 2015. The joint collaboration between Claude von Stroke’s record label Dirtybird Records and notable SoCal area festival promoter Do LaB has been fruitful for several years now with an expansion to the festival as recent as last year – but now the Do LaB and Dirtybird have just announced that they’ll be parting ways.

Per do LaB Cofounder and President Jesse Flemming, “Creating the wild and one-of-a-kind Dirtybird Campout has been one of the most reward 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.”

The split is said to have occurred due to the growth of Dirtybird as a company leading them to want to produce and host the festival on their own. Previously, The Do Lab’s duties included stage designs, marketing & promotions, event staffing, and more.


H/T: SF Weekly