CAMP BISCO ANNOUNCES SECOND ROUND OF PERFORMERS FOR CAMP BISCO 9
METHOD MAN, GHOSTFACE KILLAH, RAEKWON, BREAK SCIENCE, HOLY F#CK, CARIBOU, RAQ
TIPPER, BEATS ANTIQUE, WELDER AND THE CONSTELLATIONS ADDED TO PERFORMER LINEUP
Camp Bisco has confirmed the second round of artists slated for Camp Bisco 9, the ninth annual three-day music and arts festival in Mariaville, New York this July 15-17, 2010. The newest artists joining the 50+ performer
lineup at the multi-stage camping festival include: Method Man; Ghostface Killah; &
Raekwon ("Wu Massacre");
Break Science with special
guest Talib Kweli; Holy
RAQ; Tipper; Beats Antique; Welder; and
| Method Man|
Boasting its most eclectic lineup to date, additional performers confirmed for the
2010 event are The Disco
Biscuits - All 3 Nights; LCD
Girl Talk; Bassnectar; Pretty Lights; Major Lazer; The New Deal; Diplo; Aeroplane; Rusko; Sunrise Silent
Disco; The Album
Gift of Gab (of
Blackalicious); Future Rock; SOJA; Telepath; Felix Cartal; Two Fresh; Kill the Noise; Eskmo; Orchard Lounge; Rubblebucket;
Emancipator; Spiritual Rez; Sub Swara; Derek
Greyhound; The Black
Federation; C-mon &
Kypski; Nobody Beats the Drum; King Britt; Dubskin; Woodhands;
Justin Paul; Lee Mayjahs?: and DJ Everyday.
Camp Bisco 9 will once again be held at the picturesque Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, New York. The
expanded setup will include: a second stage in the main field, an improved location for the DJ and late night dance
tent - complete with a surround sound system, a local artists and performance art stage. Indian Lookout Country
Club is located approximately 20 minutes travel time from Albany, New York, and sits on 200 acres of rolling, grass
fields. The grounds come equipped with full bathrooms; which include flush toilets and showers, as well as 24/7
bathroom attendants. Festival goers will have access to a full bar on site and a general store, which sells almost
every necessity for a comfortable and care free experience.
Tickets are details available online at www.campbisco.net.
For more on Camp Bisco see our 2009 coverage here.
[Published on: 4/22/10]