Thursday, May 10, 2007

posted by Sarah Krasley @ 9:51 PM
by Fred Mills-repost from HARP Magazine
May 4, 2007

Looking for a quick, E-Z way to blow your mind? How does this grab ya: In Dub, Infected Mushroom, Amon Tobin, Girl Talk, The Juan Maclean, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Bassnectar, King Brit, Hanging Brains, Zilla, Eoto, The Join.

Oh, and do not forget the Disco Biscuits. They are hosting Camp Bisco 6, August 16-18 at the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, New York. Disco Bicuits, are one of the most popular trance-fusion bands in the biz, huge on the live-electronic, jamband and Bonnaroo circuits and still going strong after 12 years.

For three nights of music and camping, you get all those sonic visionaries (more t.b.a.) plus plenty of food and craft vendors, all located on 200 green acres of countryside located about a half-hour from Albany and 3 hours from Boston and New York City. All the amenities included.

We are additionally told that this year, Camp Bisco will Go Green. Camp Bisco 6 will be powered by 100% renewable energy, thanks to sponsors Green Mountain Energy Company and Sustainable Waves. Green Mountain Energy Company and Sustainable Waves are pleased to offer Camp Bisco attendees the opportunity to green up their concert experience by purchasing a Green Ticket. When you buy a Green Ticket, Green Mountain will green-up the Camp Bisco concert experience by providing, on behalf of the ticket buyer, 250 kWh of Green-e certified renewable energy made from sources like wind and bio-energy. By purchasing a Green Ticket, each individual can help offset an estimated 348 lbs of CO2 created by activities like driving their car to the show.

Not-for-profit Conscious Alliance will also be on site to host a food drive. As in years past, food donations collected will go to benefit local food pantries in their effort to help feed hungry Americans. Attendees are encouraged to bring 10 non-perishable food items redeemable for a limited edition Camp Bisco 6 / Conscious Alliance poster.

Presale tickets have already been launched at the site, and general public tickets go on sale today. Go to Bisco Tix website.

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