Special Disco Version DJ set featuring James Murphy and Pat Mahoney
the New Deal
the Japanese Popstars
JDH & Dave P
These latest additions to the 10th anniversary of the festival join previously announced performers:
The Disco Biscuits
Death From Above 1979
Break Science with RJD2
Easy Star All-Stars
DFA Records Tent
Damon Dash’s DD 172
Mad Decent Tropical Tent
Up Until Now, feat. David Murphy of STS9
Black Moth Super Rainbow
The Hood Internet
Pimps of Joytime
Freekbass & Tobotius
Keys N Krates
New to Camp Bisco will be the addition of curated label showcase tents. Hosted by DFA Records, Mad Decent and Damon Dash, the three tents will showcase the latest creative elements stemming from each outlet. Unique to Damon Dash will be the recently launched DD172, a media collective brought together for the purpose of developing avant-garde music, television, publication, fashion and art projects. For the Mad Decent tent, the group will be showcasing their latest music and talent discoveries. With first ever North American festival appearances by Nadastrom, Munchi and Dillon Francis.
Mad Decent will also share the recently created Moombahton genre of music. Finally DFA Records, made famous for its impeccable radar for music talent, will return to Camp Bisco with a Special Disco Version DJ set featuring James Murphy and Pat Mahoney. This will be the third trip to Camp Bisco for the duo, who most recently appeared as headliner LCD Soundsystem. The DFA tent will also feature a DJ set by Holy Ghost!.
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 two levels of VIP packages this year. Level One, the VIP Experience, is available for $229 in addition to the 3-day festival pass and Level Two is a Platinum Experience, available for $379 in addition to the 3-day festival pass. 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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