A doof or bush doof is a type of outdoor dance party generally held in a remote country area, or outside a large city in surrounding bush or rainforest. Originating in the post-punk electronic music scene of Melbourne, Australia in the early 1990s, events referred to as doofs are now held worldwide and have built from a small set of social groups to a subculture with millions of active members worldwide, considered by some as a full blown culture similar to raves or teknivals. Doofs generally have healing workshops, speakers, art, live artists and DJs playing a range of electronic music, commonly goa, house, dub techno, Techno, acid heavy sounds and psychedelic trance.
|Related genres||Trance music, electronic dance music, goa, dub techno, psychedelic trance, ebm, industrial music, prangga, jungle music|
|Location||Oceania, United Kingdom, United States of America, Europe, Asia, Japan, South Korea, South Africa|
|Related events||Category:Music festivals, music festival, rave, trance festival, electronic dance music festival, teknival, free party, Category:Trance festivals, Category:Electronic music festivals in Australia|