Earlybird Onsale starts Saturday, November 4th at 11am EST!
Dirtybird Campout East is a 21 and over event.
Check out the Travel & Camping packages including tent kits, pre-set up camping packages, and Camp Bus tickets available here: https://dbceasttravelcamping.eventbrite.com
Check out our new Experience Packages with bundled tickets & add-ons to make the buying process easy. Purchase as a group of 4 and save 15%. Access them here: http://east.dirtybirdcampout.com/experience-packages/
Take a look at the FAQ for answers about what to bring and how to have a great time at the first annual Dirtybird Campout East!
NEED TO KNOW TICKET INFO & FAQ
21+ - Sorry kids, no one under 21 is allowed to attend Dirtybird Campout.
Cars at Campout: Every vehicle coming to Dirtybird Campout (except bicycles and motorcycles) must purchase a Car Pass or RV pass to enter the festival.
No Parking - There is no parking available onsite or around the venue.
RV Camping - RV Passes ALWAYS sell out FIRST - Don’t delay!
2 Types of RV Passes - Our RV Passes are broken down into two different categories this year - Short and long!
RV Camping Pass with No Hookups - Short (less than 27')
RV Camping Pass with No Hookups - Long (more than 27')
Where is the East Coast venue located?
Our new home for Dirtybird Campout is a genuine campground and a picturesque paradise in St. Cloud, Florida.
4755 North Kenansville Road
St. Cloud, FL 34773
Will there still be payment plans?
Easy monthly payment plans will be available with any Dirtybird Campout ticket purchase, not just your Weekend Festival Pass! Just select "Affirm" in the payment method drop down menu (instead of a credit/debit card) during checkout. The green 'PAY NOW' button will change to a green 'CONTINUE WITH AFFIRM' button and you will be able to pick from a three- or six- month installment plan.
Can I camp with my car?
Yes! In fact, everyone that brings a vehicle to Dirtybird Campout will be able to camp next to their vehicle. There will be no additional parking lots in or around the venue. For this reason, ALL attendees with vehicles entering Dirtybird Campout (except bicycles and motorcycles) must purchase a Car or RV Camping Pass in addition to their festival ticket.
Do I need to purchase a pass for my vehicle or RV?
Yes, ALL vehicles entering Dirtybird Campout (except bicycles and motorcycles) must purchase a Car Pass in addition to their festival ticket. Vehicle Passes will allow you to camp with your vehicle inside the campgrounds.
RV’s and vehicles with trailers will need to purchase an RV Camping Pass instead of a Vehicle Pass. There are no additional parking options available inside or around the venue!
I'm coming from out of town. What airport do I fly to?
The 4 closest major airports are Orlando (MCO, 40mi), Tampa (TPA, 115mi), Fort Lauderdale (FFL, 165mi) and Miami International (MIA, 182mi).
You can hitch a ride to Dirtybird Campout on the Camp Bus from Orlando and Miami airports. Tickets will be available to purchase during the Earlybird Onsale on 11/4.
What are my transportation options getting to the event if I don’t have a car?
There are Camp Bus tickets available for purchase offering round-trip transportation from Orlando Airport or Miami to the event. Exact times and locations for the Camp Buses will be released with general onsale information.
What if it rains?Dirtybird Campout is a rain or shine event, no refunds. The music, games and fun will go on! All scheduled artists and activities are subject to change. If the weather reports predict rain or if you want to be extra cautious, we recommend coming prepared with extra shoes, trash bags, raincoats, tarps, and extra stakes to secure your tent. A little mud never hurt nobody!
Will there be work-exchange at this year's Campout?Counselor in Training applications will be available soon. To get updates, sign up for our newsletter.
What is the refund policy?All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.
Is my ticket transferrable?There are no refunds on tickets, but you can transfer them if you are unable to attend. Please review Eventbrite’s How to Update Your Ticket Information Tutorial HERE for details on how to do this.
I want to get the right supplies for the weekend what do you recommend bringing??Camping can be simple and basic or it can be a luxury experience depending on how you roll. We recommend the following basics: tent, shade for tent, sleeping bags and blankets, camp chairs, lanterns, folding tables, camp stove with kitchen supplies (pots, pans, cutting boards, knives, utensils, paper towels, dish soap, etc...), trash bags, food and drinks, sun block, bug spray, lip balm, good walking shoes, fun lights for camp at night time, flags and other identifiable objects so you can find your camp, and anything else fun you can think of.
What can/can't I bring to the event??
You cannot bring weapons, sound systems, propane stoves / lanterns, kegs or large quantities of alcohol into the event. These will be strictly enforced.
You can bring blankets, toys and games to play with, lots of friends and good attitudes. Get ready to have some fun!