Skrillex, Bassnectar to Co-Headline Camp Bisco

Skrillex aka. Sonny Mooreperforms during day 2 of the 2011 Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park on September 17, 2011 in Austin, Texas.

Camp Bisco announced on Wednesday (March 21) that EDM heavyweights Skrillex and Bassnectar will co-headline their 11th edition, taking place from July 10 to 14 at the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, New York. Festival founders Disco Biscuits, will once again host and headline each night of the three-day event.

Big names such as A-Trak, Simian Mobile Disco and Zedd will also join the two headliners and grace Camp Disco. This year's lineup would suggest that organizers are more aware of this and last year's EDM resurgence as they have also locked down other breakthrough EDM acts such as, Dada Life, Zeds Dead, Kill The Noise, and Porter Robinson.

Founded in 1999 and known as the country's longest and largest running electronic and rock music festival, Camp Bisco is also known to be open-minded and all-inclusive when it comes to musical genres. They have once again expanded their scope to include some hip-hop and indie-rock acts like Big Boi, Portugal The Man, Atmosphere, Break Science feat. Chali 2NA.

According to Camp Bisco's PR Director, Chad David Shearer, new features such as larger dance tents, wooded camping, increased venue facilities, and lower attendance numbers have been put in place to enhance fan experience. The additional three entrance points, "will enable us to process the attendees and get them enjoying the festival faster than ever," explained Shearer. Long distance shuttle service from Boston, New York, Burlington, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, will also be available this year.

Tickets went on sale March 21 at 12pm EST. Three-day general admission tickets are available for $170 and include non car camping and parking. A VIP upgrade can be purchased for an additional $229 with the VIP platinum upgrade already sold-out. Tickets can be purchased at the Camp Bisco website.


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