They are known for their outrageous antics.
And social media stars Bread Gang did not disappoint their thousands of followers this week after posting another sensational video to their You Tube channel.
Bread Gang, made up of DJs Cam and Juzzy, can be seen in the clip sneaking into the Creamfields North festival in the U.K., one of the biggest electro-dance events in Europe.
To gain entry Cam and Juzzy, together with two other friends, can been seen sliding under fences to evade security.
The audacious YouTubers eventually made it into the festival via an underground tunnel, built beside a creek.
At one point the mates can be seen stripping to their under wear before crawling on their hand and knees through water to make it inside the sold-out festival.
They finally gained access to the festival site by entering the temporary boundary wall via an unlocked gate.
After finally making it inside, Juzzy announced it was the third festival the Bread Gang team managed to sneak into in the last few months.
During the video Cam announced it was his birthday and asked followers to send their best wishes in the comment section.
Some 18,074 fans have logged on to watch the video since it was posted on Sunday.
Earlier this month the Bread Gang posted videos of how they managed to sneak into two other music festivals this month including the Boomtown event in the U.K. and the Tomorrowland festival in Belgium.
Australian DJs Bread Gang have loaded a clip to You Tube showing how they managed to sneak into the sold-out electro music feastival Creamfilds North in the UK over the weekend
The audacious YouTubers evaded security and eventually made it into the festival via an underground tunnel, built beside a creek (pictured)
Pictured: In a scene from the clip one of the Bread Gang members looks for a way inside the festival. Some 18,074 fans have logged on to watch the video since it was posted on Sunday
Earlier this month the Bread Gang posted videos of how they managed to sneak into two other music festivals this recently including the Boomtown event and the Tomorrowland festival
Meanwhile, Creamfields attracted 70,000 fans with top tickets worth up to £410 (AU$800) for music lovers willing to camp out across four days for the event.
Juzzy previously said in an interview how much the boys love music festivals – with the pair sometimes playing sets for crowds.
‘We love festivals. Always have always will! There’s just something about a large gathering of people coming together to sing and dance. Being on stage to control the vibe is just that cherry on top!’ he told Music Festivals Australia.
He also told their followers to go out and live their best lives while they can.
‘We don’t feel any weight to act a certain way or send a certain message. What you see is what you get, we’re young, we’re having a good time and that’s all we’re focused on! Life is for the living, if we have a message for anybody it’s you’ll be dead soon – go live your life!’
Creamfields attracted 70,000 fans with top tickets worth up to £410 (AU$800) for music lovers willing to camp out across four days for the event Pictured: Bread Gang performing