Camp Bisco 2013 lineup

camp bisco 2013 logoThe Camp Bisco music festival announced this summer's lineup today. Headliners include The Disco Biscuits (of course), Bassnectar, Passion Pit, Animal Collective, Umphrey's McGee, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Dillon Francis, and others.

The full announced lineup is post jump.

This year's festival is July 11-13 at Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, which is about a half hour west of Schenectady. The currently-available tier of three-day tickets is $185.

The Disco Biscuits
Bassnectar
Passion Pit
STS9
Animal Collective
Umphrey's McGee
Flux Pavillion
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Lotus
Wolfgang Gartner
Boys Noize
Squarepusher
Tommy Trash
Dillion Francis
UZ
Aeroplane
Alvin Risk
Audrey Napoleon
Baauer
Bear Mountain
Boombox
Break Science
Cherub
Chris Malinchak
Clockwork
Com Truise
Congorock
Cosby Sweater
Crizzly
Dan Deacon
Designer Drugs
Dirtyphonics (Live)
El-P
Eskmo
Flosstradamus
Free Energy
Gigamesh
Govinda
Gramatik
Grandtheft
Green Lantern
HeRobust
Heroes x Villians
Indobox
Killer Mike
Koan Sound
Manic Focus
M | O | D
Nadis Warriors
Nick Thayer
Paper Diamond
Party Supplies
Popeska
Project 46
RL Grime
Rubblebucket
Ryan Hemsworth
The Werks
Toro y Moi
Twiddle
Vacationer
VHS or Beta
Wick-It the Instigator
Zoogma

Earlier on AOA: 2013 summer music festivals

Comments

Looks fun! Can any locals share their experience of going solo? Is it safe?

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