Looking back at past bisco’s really makes me nostalgic.
My first Camp Bisco was when I graduated high school and next year ill be graduating college, crazy times. I’m still going with the same people; We’ve just added some people to the list. The picture above is the Camp Bisco 8 lineup which started my love for Pretty Lights. Camp Bisco 9 i was introduced to Bassnectar. Every year I add new bands to my frequently listened list. To be honest, I didn’t even listen to the Disco Biscuits before I went for the first time. I was converted. It helps that my first experience was three awesome days listening to them live. Each year the light shows get better, the sets greater and more people join in on the experience. Since 2009 there are more stages, Silent Disco, more enthusiasm, and the children are kept at home (recent change to 16+). I can’t wait to carry on the Camp Bisco tradition at Bisco 11. Read up on your history: http://headstash.com/magazine/festival-files/1028-history-lesson-camp-bisco You might even use this information during the Bisco trivia games during Color Wars!
*More information to come on Color Wars, Silent Disco, and MORE!
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2012:
- 3 MAIN GATES FOR QUICKER ENTRANCE
- LOWER CAPACITY THAN 2011
- LARGER DANCE TENTS
- INCREASED VENUE FACILITIES
- WOODED CAMPING OPTIONS
- LONG DISTANCE SHUTTLES AVAILABLE