Biscuits Benefit at Brooklyn Bowl High Score Wins Camp Bisco Tix

The Disco Biscuits Green Energy Benefit at Brooklyn Bowl
High Score Wins Camp Bisco Tix / Concert Set for March 21

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The Disco Biscuits have teamed up with HeadCount to stage Bisco Power Mission - a benefit concert and volunteer initiative to help outfit a Philadelphia public school with solar power. The concert will be at held at Brooklyn Bowl, the nation's largest LEED Certified green music venue, in Brooklyn, NY on Sunday, March 21.

When The Disco Biscuits played Brooklyn Bowl on October 11 last year, tickets sold out in less than a minute. Tickets for Bisco Power Mission go on sale Thursday, February 25 at 12 p.m. EST through BiscoTix and Friday, February 26 at 12 p.m. EST through Ticketfly. General Admission tickets are $40 and a limited number of VIP/Bowling tickets are available for $75. Free bowling all night. Lanes are assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Minimum six people per lane. For more information, visit the Bisco Power Mission web page: discobiscuits.com/bpm.

Biscuits fans can also add to the energy by participating in "Adopt-a-Watt," an opportunity for fans around the country to have their names immortalized on a ceremonial plaque displayed at the school. The way to Adopt-a-Watt is to pre-order a limited edition Bisco Power Mission print. Prints can be purchased with tickets or separately (see website for ordering info). Adding to the fun at Brooklyn Bowl, the person who bowls the highest score of the night will win two free VIP tickets to Camp Bisco IX, courtesy of CID Entertainment and MCP Presents.

The Disco Biscuits tour dates available here.

http://www.discobiscuits.com/bpm

[Published on: 2/23/10]

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