Festival Info & Policies


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Read About Campout’s 2015 Policies Below For An Idea of What You Can Expect!

*2016 Policies Subject to Change*


Dirtybird Campout is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego at beautiful Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, CA. The Box Office and Will Call are located on site.

Don’t Get Lost: Please enter the venue’s full address into your smartphone navigation system. Look for signs for Oak Canyon Park and Dirtybird Campout

5305 Santiago Canyon Road, Silverado, CA 92676

Festival Hours & Box Office Info

We highly recommend attendees camp onsite but understand it’s not for everyone.  Those who plan to use offsite accommodations can leave the festival at anytime, however they can only return during the open festival hours listed below.

Wristband Pickup and Festival Admittance to the event will not be permitted outside of gate hours!

Friday, October 7th
9 AM – 11 PM

Saturday, October 8th
10 AM – 10 PM

Sunday, October 9th
10 AM – 8 PM


Camping Packages – Camp Kodiak

2016 Camping Packages are SOLD OUT.

The Camp Bus

Dirtybird Campout will be offering a bus to transport campers from Los Angeles (LAX) to the festival. The bus ride is approximately 1-1.5 hours / 50 miles each way.

Pickup Location:

5999 W 98th St
Los Angeles, CA 90045

At the south-east corner of W 98th St and Avion Drive


Pick up at LAX: Friday 10/7 @ 12noon

There is a Free Airport Center Express Shuttle from LAX that runs every 15-20 minutes.


Depart Dirtybird Campout:  Monday 10/10 @ 10am

Campground Etiquette

Free Form Camping – The tent and car camping areas at Dirtybird Campout are free form, meaning we don’t block out camping spots, we just fill people in where they fit.

Bring Only What You Need – We are counting on each of you to help us save space and only use as much as you need.

Keep It Compact – Make friends with your neighbors, and help eliminate wasted space between sites. Share the land by aiming to keep your site within the recommended parameters for every 2 people in your camp.

Don’t Camp On The Roads – There will be roads and fire lanes in the campgrounds, do not build your camp in any of them or you will be asked to move.

No Land Grabbing – If you want to camp with your friends please be sure to arrive with them, you will not be allowed to save large plots of land for people that are arriving later than you.

No In & Outs For Car Campers – There is no coming and going throughout the weekend – once you are parked, you’re parked (both your car and your tent). Please plan accordingly.

Permitted Items

YES Good vibes

YES Backpacks

YES Cameras

YES Alcohol. A reasonable amount for personal consumption

YES Coolers in campgrounds

YES Following our simple rules to make this a better place

YES small, enclosed propane stoves

Prohibited Items

NO Fireworks, fire tools or fire lanterns

NO Charcoal grills or open flame stoves

NO Public nudity

NO Sound systems

NO Dogs/pets

NO Illegal drugs/substances

NO Weapons of any kind!

NO Kegs

NO Coolers in festival grounds

NO Glass bottles or glass containers outside of campgrounds

Alcohol Policy

Keep your beer and alcohol back at camp! There will be no alcohol permitted within the inner festival grounds where the stages, games and activities will be held.

Cooking, Grilling & Campfires

Due to the CA state drought / high fire risk all open flame and charcoal grills are not allowed at Dirtybird Campout. The BBQ’s will take place on Saturday and Sunday, and there will also be several delicious food vendors. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding!

Navigating Through The Campsites

All of the streets within the campgrounds will be named so you can coordinate with your friends to find out where you want to camp. There is limited cell phone service at this venue so meeting up may be difficult.

Trash In Campgrounds

Dirtybird Campout is a “Leave it Better, Leave it Beautiful