April 26th, 2013 | News | 0 Comments
Camp Bisco has confirmed the second round of performers slated for its twelfth annual three-day music and arts festival, in Mariaville, New York this July 11-13, 2013. The newest artists joining the existing performer lineup at the multi-stage camping festival include: Destroid Live; Madeon; Danny Brown; Seven Lions; Bondax; Digital Tape Machine; Moon Boots; Perseus; Strip Steve; Autobody; Alpha Data and Manhattan Project. Two highlights from the latest additions are Destroid, a live band version of Excision, KJ Sawka and Downlink; and Digital Tape Machine, a recent side project featuring members of Umphrey’s McGee. Previously announced performers include: The Disco Biscuits; Bassnectar; Passion Pit; STS9; Animal Collective; Umphrey’s McGee; Flux Pavillion; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis; Lotus; Wolfgang Gartner; Boys Noize; Squarepusher; Tommy Trash; Dillion Francis; ℧Z; Aeroplane; Alvin Risk; Audrey Napoleon; Baauer; Bear Mountain; Boombox; Break Science; Cherub; Chris Malinchak; Clockwork; Com Truise; Congorock; Cosby Sweater; Crizzly; Dan Deacon; Designer Drugs; Dirtyphonics (Live); El-P; Eskmo; Flosstradamus; Free Energy; Gigamesh; Govinda; Gramatik; Grandtheft; Green Lantern; HeRobust; Heroes x Villains; Indobox; Killer Mike; Koan Sound; Manic Focus; M | O | D; Nadis Warriors; Nick Thayer; Paper Diamond; Party Supplies; Popeska; Project 46; RL Grime; Rubblebucket; Ryan Hemsworth; The Werks; Toro y Moi; Twiddle; Vacationer; VHS or Beta; Wick-It the Instigator; and Zoogma.
A fixture at Camp Bisco since its 10th Anniversary, the curated tents return showcasing the latest creative elements endorsed by each outlet. First on the list are two labels that have been receiving a lot of attention lately, OWSLA founded by GRAMMY winner Skrillex and BoysNoize Records, a burgeoning label founded by 3 time Beatport winner for “Best Electronic Artist of the Year” Boys Noize. Fans can expect a healthy dose of collaborations with the OWSLA vs. BoysNoize Records tent, producing an amalgamation of dubstep, electro-house and even the newly tagged ‘dirty house’. Next on the list are the ‘protectors of the feel good’ – deep house DJ Perseus’ French Express Records. Finally, industry leading music blog, This Song Is Sick will be presenting a special collection of artists that are on its radar. Expect a mix of styles as this media powerhouse presents the freshest in electronic music.
Building off the well received art installations at CounterPoint Music Festival, MCP Presents once again looks to Greg Mike, the Atlanta-based founder and creative director of ABV multi-platform studio, to create exciting visual and interactive art elements that play off the already scenic Indian Lookout Country Club. Exploring multi-dimensional and multi-leveled live art structures, larger than life multi-sensory visual and interactive light installations and areas for creative exploration, fans can expect a Camp Bisco environment that will be both multifunctional and aesthetically pleasing during both day and night hours. The festival is also enhancing fan activities and amenities throughout, for a more elevated experience on and off the concert fields.
A limited allotment of General Admission tickets are on sale now for $185, before raising to the last minute price of $199. A small quantity of all-inclusive VIP packages are still available for the final price of $480. General Admission and VIP ticket options are now available for purchase through the fan requested 50% down payment plan. Long distance shuttles are also available, offering service from Albany, Baltimore, Boston, New York City and Philadelphia, as well as travel packages which include a stay at a local hotel and shuttle rides to and from the festival daily. Tickets are available online at www.campbisco.net. Camp Bisco is an 18 and over event. Camp Bisco is produced by MCP Presents. Visit www.campbisco.net for the most up to date information.