Suwannee Hulaween X Electric Family

Posted by Adam Receiptful on

We are excited to release another another limited edition bracelet release with Suwannee Hulaween Music Festival.  This years event will start on Friday, October 28th-30th in Live Oak, Florida.   The bracelet will only be available inside the venue at the official Suwannee Hulaween merchandise booth.

If you won't be attending, make sure to have a friend pick up a bracelet for you.  Limited supply available.


To learn more about Suwannee Hulaween, please visit....




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Transmission Festival X Electric Family

Posted by Ken Hilton on

We are excited to announce another limited edition bracelet release with Transmission Music Festival.  This years event will be on Saturday, October 29th in Prague, CZ.   The bracelet will only be available inside the venue at the official Transmission merchandise booth.

If you won't be attending, make sure to have a friend pick up a bracelet for you.  Limited supply available.

To learn more about Transmission Festival, please visit....



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New Beaded Bracelets

Posted by Matt Dronkers on

We are proud to announce the newest addition to our bracelet offering - the beaded X bracelet! On Sunday at 10AM PST, we will be releasing 9 larger beaded colorways and 3 smaller beaded colorways. The bracelets represent the next phase for Electric Family as we move deeper into creating quality bracelets and accessories.

Remember, the beaded bracelets drop Sunday at 10AM PST! See you then.

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Safe In Sound Festival X Electric Family

Posted by Matt Dronkers on

What's up FAM!  We are proud to announce another limited edition bracelet(s) release with Safe In Sound Festival.  This is not your normal stationary festival as it moves around from location to location across the USA.   The events started on September 15th and will end on November 26th. These three bracelets will only be available at the merchandise booth inside each event. Make sure to get a few before they sell out!




To learn more about each Safe In Sound event and to find one near you, please visit....




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Dirtybird Campout Checklist

Posted by Ken Hilton on

Written By: Scott Bernhardt

Packing all your camping gear for a festival can be a stressful part of an otherwise epic weekend. Even when you think you have everything, there's always that moment when you realize that you forgot something essential like the pump for your air mattress.  In honor of heading out to Dirtybird Campout this coming weekend in Silverado, California, we decided to put together a camping essentials checklist to help guide you through this arduous process. 

This is by no means an exhaustive list, nor is it bare essentials guide -- it's meant to give you peace of mind when packing so that you can get to festival and enjoy the experience with a little bit less stress.

  • Tent - make sure it has poles
  • Shade structure - also check for stakes (these can often take flight if there is a significant breeze)
  • Chairs - any kind will do, and bring an extra for new friends if you have room 
  • Sunscreen 
  • Clothes - your choice here, but make sure you have a few sets of everything
  • Rain gear - you never know..
  • Lip balm
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Baby wipes - aka the camper's shower
  • Earplugs
  • Bandana - for dust
  • Food - including sauces and spices
  • Refillable water bottle - easy to carry around and into the festival
  • Sandals - for showers or casual wear around the camp
  • Sleeping bag or blankets
  • Pillows
  • Trash bags
  • Ziplock bags or foil
  • Cooler - ice will most likely be available for purchase in the campground, so freeze a couple jugs of water for the trip there. They will keep it cold and you can drink them when they melt
  • Multi tool - with a knife, can opener, corkscrew
  • Bug spray 
  • Folding table
  • Day pack - when you leave the campgrounds and head into the festival, you may want to bring permissible items.
  • Flashlight or headlamp or lantern - with extra batteries
  • Jumper cables
  • Small speakers - for turning up before and after the festival 
  • Duct tape
  • Condoms - you never know..
  • Sunglasses
  • Watch - save your phone battery and use your watch to check on set times
  • First aid kit
  • Toiletry kit
  • Dolly or wagon - for transport if you're not car camping
  • Stove
  • Fuel
  • Cooking / Eating utensils 
  • Lighter/matches
  • Blow up bed or pad
  • Air pump


  • Eyeshades
  • Fun festival clothes & LED items
  • Rugs and tapestries to hangup in your 
  • Goggles
  • Battery/solar powered fan
  • Totems - for finding camp or staying with your group inside the festival
  • Solar charger
  • Zip ties and scissors
  • Frisbee/football etc

Let us know what else you bring when you go festival camping, and we can't wait to see all of you at the Dirtybird Campout October 7-9th.

Tickets and more information available here

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