Casual Campings Tips With Catlips

Casual Campings Tips With Catlips

The Camp Doogs-produced instructional video you didn't know you needed.

Camp Doogs is a locally run, not-for-profit weekend camping adventure for music-lovers in the deep south west of WA, put on each year by a seriously dedicated bunch of people who believe strongly in the power of a good music, good people and great times. You could lazily apply the term bush doof, however it's a whole lot more, featuring some of Perth's raddest bands and DJs and the most casual, feel good vibes you're likely to come across at a music event. Planning is ramping up towards the 2015 edition, and it kicks off tonight (Wednesday May 6) at The Bakery in Perth, doubling as a Bakery farewell and Camp Doogs launch, featuring a killer lineup that includes Kirin J Callinan, Nicholas Allbrook (POND), Eleventeen Eston & The Conversation, our own Catlips and more.

It is the last of those names we'd like to direct you to in the video below, an acid-rave fuelled instrunctional video on the Camp Doogs lifestyle, featuring another Pilerats duo in HAMJAM, along with wildcat Jack Dopel, along with a hectic recorder cover of Darude, camping panadols, army camouflage and some spectacular sunglasses. Check it out below, get more info/tickets for tonight's event HERE, and sign up for this year's Camp Doogs (Oct 9-11) at CAMPDOOGS.COM.

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