Dirt Fest 2006

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The Dirt Fest is an outdoor music festival held annually in the heart of Mid-Michigan, that celebrates a collaboration of MANY different styles of music. Metal, punk, alternative, emo, hip-hop, hardcore, grind, indie, pop, and much much more come together on multiple stages to showcase the progression of established favorites, while giving amazing up-and-comers a chance to make their mark! Dirt Fest 2006 will be held on Saturday August 19th at The Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, MI.

The festival features 30-60 artists – and this year, there is at least one slot reserved for a Sonicbids artist. Selected artists will be compensated for their performances.

Dirt Fest is more than just a music festival! Each year, we spice up the music by adding all kinds of added attractions, giving wide variety of art and culture to the life of the festival. Some festival attractions in the past have included Scooter Trash, an extreme motorcycle stunt team; Michigan Wrestling Organization; Art Show; and Skate Ramps featuring semi-pro skaters.

Confirmed artists for this year's event include: The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Fear Before The March of Flames, Mae, Halifax, Daughters, The Spill Canvas, The Junior Varsity, The Banner, June, Walls of Jericho, Premonitions of War, One Dead Three Wounded, Ramallah, The Classic Crime, So They Say, Quiet Drive, The Fags, Wake Hollywood, Houston Calls, Royden, The Jon Benet, Heavy Heavy Low Low, See You Next Tuesday, For the Fallen Dreams, Tokyo Rose, Valencia, Ports of Aidia, Red I Flight, Sleep Tight Tiger, Sophomore, Rotation, The 2nd System, Kissy Face Fashion Faux~Pas, One Day Remains, A Second Too Late, Autumn and the Wasp, Burning Cities, Crackjaw, Downseed, Grass, Heirs, Inept, Inmost Fear, Island View Drive, Vega, Innercorse,
The Natalie Fight, And The Sky Went Red, Vedera and more.

The Dirt Fest is the largest, and longest running festival of its kind in the area, now in its 10th year... and we're still growing!