Camp Bisco has confirmed that the label curated tents introduced at Camp Bisco 10, will return to the annual three-day music and arts festival in Mariaville, New York this July 12-14, 2012. Hosted by indie record label Ninja Tune, A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs' Fools Gold Records and Skrillex's OWSLA, the three tents will showcase the latest creative elements alongside some of the more veteran performers stemming from each outlet. The Ninja Tune Tent will be showcasing three up-and-coming DJs, Blockhead, Starkey, and FaltyDL, as well as additional festival acts Bonobo, Daedelus, and Amon Tobin. OWSLA will also be showcasing artists in both the tent and on the main stage. Presenting artists throughout the afternoon and into the evening, OWSLA Tent performers include The M Machine, Dillon Francis, Alvin Risk, Kill The Noise, Zedd, and Porter Robinson. Their main stage performance will feature label founder and headliner, Skrillex. Finally, Fools Gold will be introducing the Fools Gold Clubhouse into the Camp Bisco mix. A series of festival events and performances, the Camp Bisco edition of the Clubhouse will include DJ sets from Craze, label co-founder Nick Catchdubs, Codes and JWLS. A live performance by rising Brooklyn MC, Mr. MFN eXquire, will also be part of the festivities.Additionally, Camp Bisco is announcing the lineup for the Showcase Stage, a mix of live art and music featuring some of the region's best up-and-coming talent. Performers on this year's lineup include: Dopapod; The Nadis Warriors; Damn Right!; Wobblesauce; Fikus; Former Champions; Eyes of the Elders; Roots Collider; Capital Zen; Skeetones; Paper Tiger; Sonmi; Silo Effect; PH Factor; Chameleon Project and Captain Midnight Band. The Showcase Stage will also be the setting for the always popular Silent Disco. The late night experience will feature enhanced headphones to showcase performers Silent Frisco; Khadafi Dub; Mountblood; This is ART; Spankalicious; Derek VanScoten (D.V.S.*); Horizon Wireless; Beard O' Bees; The Hi Yahs; Wyllys; Business Casual Disco; Motion Potion; KDSML; Space Jesus; Futexture; Dave Gee (Darkroom/Methods/NYC); Don Stone; Sir Charles; Outlet; Alex English; J. Demonic; Bitch Please; Thump; Greg D.; Binary Bits and FLOTE of Altered Ego; Collective; Illy Walsh; Absurge; ConnetICON; Mad Panda & Jake Dukes; and Ink Line. Finally, Camp Bisco will also be welcoming festival favorites, Yacht, OLIVER and Nobody Beats the Drum.Camp Bisco 11 will once again be held at the picturesque Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, New York. The venue is located approximately 30-minutes travel time from Albany, New York and sits on 200 acres of rolling, grass fields. Many of the improvements introduced to Camp Bisco 10 will return, including the second stage in the main field, surround sound system in the dance tents, and a local artists stage. Additionally, Camp Bisco 11 will expand to include a third main gate for faster entrance into the grounds, improved dance tents with a greater capacity, wooded camping options, increased venue facilities, and long distance shuttles from Albany, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Burlington, New York City, and Philadelphia. Gates will open on Wednesday evening, at 9 p.m., to allow all fans the opportunity to get into the event early to set up before the music starts on Thursday afternoon.A limited allotment of General Admission tickets are still available for $170, online at www.campbisco.net or by calling 1-877-4-FLY-TIX, as well as at all FYE stores in New England and select outlets in New York State. Depending on availability, last minute tickets will be raised to $190 and may not be available at the gate. All-inclusive VIP Experience packages are available, starting at $429. VIP Platinum Experience packages are sold out for Camp Bisco 11.