Camp Bisco has announced its full lineup of performers slated for the twelfth annual three-day music and arts festival, in Mariaville, New York this July 11th-13th. After much speculation, Zeds Dead joins previously announced headliners: The Disco Biscuits; Bassnectar, Passion Pit, Animal Collective, STS9, Umphrey's McGee; Flux Pavilion; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis; Lotus; Wolfgang Gartner; Boys Noize; Squarepusher; Tommy Trash; Madeon; Baauer; Excision presents Destroid; Dillion Francis and Toro y Moi. Also joining the now 90+ performer lineup are internationally renowned LTJ Bukem; Destructo; Samo Sound Boy and Gravity A. Previously announced performers include: ℧Z; Aeroplane; Alpha Data; Alvin Risk; Audrey Napoleon; Autobody; Bear Mountain; Bondax; Boombox; Break Science; Cherub; Chris Malinchak; Clockwork; Com Truise; Congorock; Cosby Sweater; Crizzly; Dan Deacon; Danny Brown; Designer Drugs; Digital Tape Machine; 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; Manhattan Project; M | O | D; Moon Boots; Nadis Warriors; Nick Thayer; Paper Diamond; Party Supplies; Perseus; Popeska; Project 46; RL Grime; Rubblebucket; Ryan Hemsworth; The Werks; Seven Lions; Strip Steve; Toro y Moi; Twiddle; Vacationer; VHS or Beta; Wick-It the Instigator; and Zoogma.
Understanding that fans cannot live off of music alone, the festival has taken steps to enhance the overall Camp Bisco experience. Featuring interactive elements designed to engage campers throughout the weekend, the most noticeable of which will be large-scale art structures placed throughout the festival grounds, presented by Atlanta-based ABV Gallery. Responding to numerous requests, fans can start the day off right with daily yoga & meditation sessions, hooping seminars, arts & crafts workshops, and more, all hosted on the festival's Hill Stage. For the more adventurous, the festival is debuting the Camp Bisco Airbag, a 3-story free fall experience, as well as a new game area, ferris wheel, and improved color wars. Finally, those looking to just relax in the sun can kick back in the ENO Hammock Lounge by the Lake, which will feature a hookah sanctuary, and daily down-tempo sets in the floating gazebo.
Continuing its efforts to help keep the Indian Lookout Country Club a clean, safe, and fun environment for all campers, Camp Bisco has added brand new showers including refresh stations featuring power outlets and mirrors, plus numerous free water refill locations. In addition to reducing waste on site, our friends at Clean Vibes will be setting up a trading post that includes an incentivized recycling program encouraging campers to collect and drop off recycling in exchange for exclusive prizes and gifts. Additional details on the program and how fans can sign up will be released in the coming weeks.
Now at 95% sold out, a small quantity of all-inclusive VIP packages are still available for the final price of $480. A limited allotment of General Admission tickets are available now for $185, before raising to the last minute price of $199. 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.