Favorite ThisCamp Bisco - 2 Additional Stages Announced

Published: May 31, 2011

Camp Bisco music and arts festival is excited to make several announcements regarding the tenth annual three-day music and arts festival in Mariaville, New York this July 7-9, 2011. 

In addition to Camp Bisco’s previously announced five performance stages, will be the Philadelphia Experiment (PEX) Village and a re-designed Showcase Stage. Picking up where they left off in 2010, the PEX Village is a multi-dimensional, interactive performance space, featuring dozens of art and fire sculptures, video installations, DJs, and live music.  New to the Camp Bisco PEX Village is Mutaytor - a rapid-fire succession of futuristic vaudevillian theater dance acts, coupled with breathtaking feats of aerial performances.  On the Showcase Stage, a mix of live art and music will create one of the festival’s most vibrant environments.  Performers include: Nadis Warriors; Jimkata; The Werks; EP3; The Manhattan Project; Higher Organix; Nicos Gun; Headstash; Dirty Paris; Former Champions; Timbre Coup; Capital Zen; and Auto Orbit. Additionally, the Showcase Stage will also be the setting for the always popular Silent Disco. Sponsored by Silent Frisco, the late night experience will feature enhanced headphones to better showcase performers Nigel; PlayLow; DJ Thibault; Bookworm; Panic Bomber; Beam and Deem; Pink Skull; Motion Potion; Proper Motion; Michetti, Thump; Supersillyus; Harmsworth; D.V.S.; The Golden Pony; DJ Marmon; Outlet; Galdytron!; The Dark Flow; Moe Pope; and DJ Theory and Tone.

To help in further showcasing the tenth anniversary celebration, Camp Bisco has tapped BangOn! NYC to curate two nights of special themed parties.  Beginning with Friday’s "Disco-pocalypse," a debaucherous 70s-style dance party and continuing with the "Newer Wave" 80s-themed installation, the parties will push the boundaries of what people have come to expect from the Camp Bisco festival experience.

Finally, Camp Bisco 10 is proud to announce new promotional partnerships with tastemaker blog Thrillist, ringtone provider Myxer, music discovery platform Grooveshark, and dance music online retailer Satellite Records.  These new partners will help enhance the festival experience through various initiatives throughout the festival grounds.

Tickets are available online at www.campbisco.net and 1-888-512-SHOW, as well as at all FYE stores in New England and select outlets in New York State. There are still some VIP packages left at the VIP Experience level, available for $229 in addition to the 3-day festival pass. Level Two, the Platinum Experience, are sold out for 2011. 50 cents of every ticket sold will be donated to Headcount, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization devoted to voter registration and participation in democracy.


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