Excerpt from a press release:
Although the next Camp Bisco has yet to be announced, Philadelphia jam band and festival founders The Disco Biscuits will return to northeast Pennsylvania to perform at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg on Friday, March 4.
Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert for all ages begins at 8 p.m.
Tickets, which are $40 in advance or $45 at the door, are on sale now at the Sherman Theater box office (524 Main St., Stroudsburg) and online through shermantheater.com and Etix.
The Disco Biscuits are a totally different band today than they were when they first broke out in Philadelphia in the mid-1990s. That doesn’t mean they’ve abandoned their foundations, that they completely shifted gears or set sail for distant shores.
They are still the pioneers of the “trance-fusion” they have always been, bridging the gap between electronic music and jam bands. They remain rock pioneers whose soul belongs as much to marathon dance parties as to living improvisational journeys. They are still using emerging technologies to help them create music that is 100% human, although perhaps not entirely from this Earth.
Disco Biscuits’ annual music festival, Camp Bisco, came to the Montage Mountain Clubhouse and adjacent Montage Mountain Water Park in 2015 and has made Scranton its permanent home. 2020 would have been the 18th annual event, but it was canceled due to the pandemic, so they played back-to-back drive-in gigs in the Montage parking lot instead. Camp Bisco was again canceled in 2021; instead, the band opted to bring their City Bisco event back to the Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philly the same weekend, promising that Camp Bisco would return in 2022.
View Camp Bisco photos from the 2019 NEPA scene here.
Photo by Alex Seeley Photography/Scene NEPA