Camp Bisco announces second round lineup additions, curated stages

Camp Bisco organizers today announced a number of artist additions for the 12th annual three-day music and arts festival held in Mariaville, N.Y.

The list of additions is highlighted with a special live performance by Destroid, a collaboration among Excision, KJ Sawka and Downlink.

Others include Madeon, Danny Brown, Seven Lions, Bondax, Moon Boots, Persus, Strip Steve, Autobody, Alpha Data, Manhattan Project, and Digital Tape Machine — a project featuring members of Umphrey’s McGee.

One additional artist — currently blurred on the lineup poster — will be revealed in the coming weeks

The previously announced lineup features heavy hitters like 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, and many more.

Also revealed today were outlets selected to curate three tents over the weekend. The OWSLA vs. BoysNoize Records tent will showcase dubstep, electro-house, and newly tagged “dirty house” artists. The French Express Records tent will stick to more deep house vibes. And our colleagues at This Song Is Sick will present a mix of emerging artists on their radar.

Greg Mike, who led the design of the visual and interactive art elements at CounterPoint Music Festival last fall, has again been tapped to create a unique Camp Bisco experience during both day and night hours.

A limited amount of general admission three-day passes are still available for $185, before raising to the final price of $199. All-inclusive VIP packages are also available for the final price of $480.

Long distance shuttles are available from Albany, Baltimore, Boston, NYC, and Philadelphia, as well as travel packages which include hotels and shuttle service.

Camp Bisco is produced by MCP Presents, who also co-produces Lights All Night, The Buku Music + Art Project, and CounterPoint Music Festival.

camp bisco 2013 second round poster


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Kent Otto

Kent is founder and editor-in-chief. He's always had a love and passion for music of all types, but didn't discover the music festival scene and community until moving to Southern California during his early post-college years. He returned to his roots in the Midwest in 2011 and has since been determined to share the magic and beauty of the music scene with as many as possible. Email