Buzz on social media regarding the Dirtybird Campout fiasco continues to build. The organizers updated the initial Facebook post and tweeted “Game On”, and that the gates have re-opened. Unfortunately for attendees complaining that the music is not back on yet, it does not look like anything will resume tonight
Friday music is on hold, but we’ll have an update for you asap tomorrow. We still have a full night of bunkhouse entertainment with lap dance for you life, late night bingo & more! We’re doing our best & have high hopes ✨
— Dirtybird Campout (@DirtybirdCamp) February 3, 2018
It is still unclear if music will resume tomorrow, and if anyone demanding refunds will be compensated accordingly. A leaked letter from a source close to the festival (posted below) paints a different picture, but perhaps the organizers worked out a resolution after receiving it.
“This is to inform you that effective immediately approval has been rescinded for the referenced Special Event based on discrepancies with the information provided in the permit application and violations of County Codes and Ordinances”
Hopefully for concertgoers the music will resume tomorrow. It’s hard to imagine any concerts happening with a noise limit at 45 Decibels during the day and 40 Decibels from sunset to 6:59 a.m.
This is like Fyre Festival 2.0
— Grace Evangeline (@Acute_Aphrodite) February 2, 2018