Dirtybird Camp INN Announces Safety Plans for May Festival

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Like most other festivals last year, Dirtybird Camp INN made the decision to postpone their 2020 festival plans until this year. Hosted by Dirtybird Records, founded by Claude VonStroke to specialize in house music he labels as “tech funk”, and Night Bass Records, founded by AC Slater to expose North America to strongly under-represented bass genres, the festival will now take place May 14-17, 2021 in Orland, FL. The four-day experience includes hotel amenities, poolside DJ sets, and late-night parties. Best of all, it will be celebrating Dirtybird’s 15th birthday, which was technically last year but who’s counting, right?

Earlier today, the festival announced its safety plan update. As vaccines continue to roll out across the country, Dirtybird Camp INN still wants to ensure the safety of its attendees. In order to enter the festival, attendees will be required to have a negative COVID test administered on-site or present a vaccination card.

They will also be requiring face coverings, taking temperature checks, lowering the overall event capacity, and enforcing other preventing measures. You can view the full list of safety guidelines on their website. The guidelines also include answers to FAQs and resort plans, meaning this was extensively thought through.

You can buy tickets online.

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