Camp Bisco's Second Lineup Announcement Boasts Collaborative Projects and Curated Tents
In its twelfth year of genre-bending glory, Camp Bisco will return to upstate New York with an impressive lineup of talent.

As if we weren’t already sold on the Camp Bisco lineup, its organizers at MCP Presents just made the festival literally impossible to resist.

Taking place July 11-13 in the sprawling fields of Mariaville, New York, Camp Bisco celebrates twelve years of genre-crossing musical glory with an impressive roster of talent ranging from iconic jam-bands like Umphrey’s McGee and STS9 to electro-superstars Bassnectar and Flux Pavilion. To make matters even better, last week the festival released its second lineup announcement including acts like Madeon, Alpha Data, and Seven Lions.

But it’s not all about rounding up the usual festival suspects for Bisco; the festival’s founders and curators The Disco Biscuits have built a reputation on barrier-breaking originality that combines the instrumental artistry of live bands with the melodic masterpieces of electronically-based productions. In continuing with this tradition, Bisco will welcome to its lineup both Destroid—a live band version of Excision, KJ Sawka, and Downlink—as well as Digital Tape Machine—a recent side project featuring members of Umphrey’s McGee.

The recent announcement also unveiled the return of Bisco’s curated tents, hosted this year by OWSLA, BoysNoize Records, French Express Records and music blog This Song is Sick. Skrillex’s label will face off against BoysNoize’s imprint in the ultimate electro-showdown, with producers from each camp flexing their turntablist muscles. If you thought Dillon Francis spinning B2B with Kill The Noise last year was legendary, just wait for the surprises in store at Camp Bisco 2013!
General Admission tickets are available for $185 now online at Camp Bisco's homepage. If you’re saving up to attend even one festival this summer, Camp Bisco will be worth every penny.