Camp Bisco is an electronic jam festival in upstate New York, United States. It has been launched by Disco Biscuits in 1999 with the combining sets of electronic DJs and extemporized rock bands. Today, it has expanded to consist of hip hop artists and indie rockers. On its 11th Annual Festival, the artists from Bassnectar, Amon Tobin, Skillrex, and Big Gigantic performed in 2012.
Camp Bisco is performed outdoors at the grand, world-class property, Indian Lookout Country Club near Albany, New York. Rain or shine, the event usually continues in 3 days alongside camping in the festival. It features 3 days and nights of music and booze. Showers, Automatic Teller Machines, food vendors, wash stations, water, and portable toilets are provided during camping events. This event happens every summer of the year, but it also depends on the announcements. It's not only about partying, but Camp Bisco also commits to a clean and green environment through waste reduction programs. This is to help the attendees engage in recycling their trash during 3-day events. Collected bottles and cans become event currencies with corresponding prizes.
The camp strictly implements zero tolerance for illegal activities. There's a round-the-clock emergency and security personnel for medical and security needs. Staff members search every vehicle for weapons, drugs, and other prohibited things.
A general store is always stocked will all the supplies and other essentials such as soda water and ice.
Camping at Camp Bisco ensures awesome fun with friends and families. It's a different kind of adventure, however, it's always advised to take safety precautions before jumping in. Drink only in moderation, watch what you eat, and follow the rules.
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