For those looking to get out of the Midwest for a slice of their summer music plans, what could be a better destination than Camp Bisco 9? With what isundoubtedly it’s most diverse line-up yet, and music going on all day and night, the festival is set to have it’s best turnout yet. Headlining acts such as Ween,
Thievery Corporation, and Wu Massacre provide reason for fans of all music, not just The Disco Biscuits, to make the trek to beautiful upstate New York for the weekend. New features this year include surround sound in the new late-night tent location, an additional stage in the main concert field and a sunrise silent disco.
In keeping with tradition, the core of the festival is electronic music. Camp Bisco 9 boasts one of the most impressive yet eclectic electronic lineups of any music festival this summer. With a mix of big names and up-and-coming local acts, everyone in attendance is sure to be exposed to new performances blended in with a mix of their favorites. Starting at 1am on Friday and Saturday night attendees can wander into the silent disco, where guests wear headphones and have the option to listen to one of two DJs spinning simultaneously until the sun comes up. Electronic acts featured at Camp Bisco 9 will include Pretty Lights, The New Deal, Bassnectar, Break Science ft Talib Kweli, Aeroplane, Big Gigantic, Mimosa and many, many more. (view the entire line-up here )
Of course the main reason to go to Camp Bisco is and always be the Disco Biscuits. No matter how many great performers, or how diverse a line-up, there will always be a good percentage of fans who could not care less about anything other than their Biscuits. Guitarist Jon Gutwillig has returned to full form after wrist surgery, and CB9 will be the first Bisco Shows since Bonnaroo. The anticipation will be high for the three nights of music, and the supporting line-up has never been better. Don’t miss out on Camp Bisco 9, it is sure to be the best yet.
By Jason Woodside