Disco Biscuits

The Disco Biscuits delivered a tasty setlist of jamtronica in their hometown of Philadelphia, PA at The Mann Center last night. They were joined by frequent cohorts, Lotus, plus a DJ set by Luke the Knife for an evening of high energy dance music. This was the second night of the City Bisco run, which replaced the beloved Camp Bisco this year, as it was not possible to safely hold the festival because of the covid-19 pandemic.

The Disco Biscuits continue their in-person and virtual tour this weekend from the Columbia Speedway in South Carolina. The action will be streaming on Couchtour.tv this Fri. June 18 and Sat. June 19, 2021 starting at 6:15pm ET/ 3:15pm PT. Tickets for the stream are on sale now and available at Couchtour.tv.

The Disco Biscuits brought the heat once again to the Westville Music Bowl on June 5, 2021. Temperatures hit almost 90 degrees in New Haven, CT, raising the energy level substantially for everyone at the show. The band played more bust out songs, a Frank Zappa cover, a delicious deep house “Tractorbeam” track, and other creative setlist niceties on this beautiful night in the Constitution state.

The Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT achieved lift off last night when the Disco Biscuits took the stage. Armed with their signature blend of jam rock and electronic dance music fusion, this Philadelphia based squad delivered inspiring jams to many fans who had not seen live music prior to the start of the covid-19 pandemic. The setlist incorporated fan favorites and a rare gem, which elevated the audience further.

The Disco Biscuits announce the return of City Bisco to its original home at The Pavilion at The Mann Center for Performing Arts this July 9 and 10.

City Bisco features both The Disco Biscuits and Lotus for two nights, with interlocking DJ sets from Orchard Lounge on Friday and Luke the Knife Saturday.

After a two-year hiatus, Cloud 9 Adventures has announced the highly anticipated return of Holidaze. The intimate concert vacation returns to Riviera Maya, Mexico at Now Sapphire Resort and Dreams Resort & Spa on December 4-8, 2021. The all-inclusive tropical adventure features four nights of music on the Caribbean coast from a monumental lineup featuring Holidaze veterans, supergroups, and first time performers.

Grateful Mahalo was a birthday party celebrated on the island of Kaua`i and all over the world for our favorite birthday boy, Bill Kreutzmann, drummer of the Grateful Dead, born May 7, 1946 in Palo Alto, California. Bill was told he was a teenager that he had no rhythm, but began playing drums in his early teens anyway.

The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival announces the lineup for the internationally acclaimed camping festival’s upcoming 20th-anniversary edition. Set to take place September 2–5, 2021 on the Bonnaroo Farm, located just 60 miles southeast of Nashville in Manchester, TN. Bonnaroo will once again present an extraordinarily diverse bill featuring a remarkable selection of top artists performing around the clock across more than 10 unique stages over the four-day festival.

Cola Concerts is adding a pair of shows featuring the Disco Biscuits, the pioneers of “trancefusion,” bridging the gap between electronic music and jam bands. They will play two nights, Friday, June 18 and Saturday, June 19 at 7:00 PM. Tickets for both nights go on sale Friday, April 2 at noon. Two-night packages are available. Fans can get early access to tickets by signing up for the Cola Concerts Speedway Club at ColaConcerts.com.

Chris Friday, Tour Manager for Mike Gordon, Warehouse Manager for Phish, former Production Manager at Higher Ground, and energetically outrageous singer for Touchpants recently received the devastating news his son, Iggy, was diagnosed with acute lymphoid leukemia at 11 years old. In preparation for the daunting path that lies ahead, the live music industry is rallying in support, announcing plans for a two-day virtual auction that will feature concert tickets, rare commemorative merchandise, and more. Organized by Cate Esser (Booking Agent, Promoter) and Danny Bennett (Higher Ground.

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