It’s starting to warm up, coat weather will soon be behind us, and now we can all look forward to the best season of the year. Festival season is almost upon us, having kicked off with DMNW’s adventures to Bamboo Bass and Envision in Costa Rica. Now it’s time for the PNW season to begin, and we’re kicking things off with a big one. Boogaloo Art Car and Music Festival is quickly rising to the top of the heap when it comes to festivals, and this year, DMNW and Boogaloo wanna send you and a friend to enjoy it first hand! More Reading: 5 Reasons To Attend Boogaloo Art Car and Music Festival We know a California jaunt isn’t always easy, especially for those of us on the other side of the border. But trust us, you’re gonna wanna make the trip. Music, art cars, vendors, beautiful people, and a vibe that can just not be beat! This is the festival to watch, as it just keeps getting better and better. Check out last year’s aftermovie below! #DoYouBoogaloo Don’t believe us? Let’s ask the Beetles themselves about what makes Boogaloo so special: Boogaloo is founded by The Dirty Beetles who have been Burning Man outsiders for as long as they’ve existed. Their ragtag crew came together as a home for individuals too weird, too extreme, too wild or too dirty to find a home elsewhere on The Playa. The Boog is a shambling spring pilgrimage for art cars and their owners, the weird and wonderful souls of the SoCal scene that like to get down without pretense or bullshit. So pack up your unicorn horns and your sparkles; get your travel in order, and boogie on down to the magic that is Boogaloo with us! Check out our contest to win 2 GA tickets below, and good luck to all! All Inclusive Boogaloo Art & Music Fest Giveaway Jamie Gib 26 years old, with a voracious appetite for bass, dancing, all things art, and a flair for the dramatic, Jamie Gib grew up in the rave scene, having been introduced to electronic music in the late 90s as a small child from his cousin and he joined the rave scene in 2004, and never looked back, A DJ, Promoter, Go-Go Dancer, and writer, Jamie has made his mark on the Vancouver Island scene and beyond, having worked or attended 90% of the festivals on the Pacific North West and has no plans on stopping there. If there’s dirty house, drum n bass or glitch hop to be heard, you can bet he’s not far behind.