Camp Bisco Taking A Year Off

The festivities are on hold for the Disco Biscuits’ annual event. The band announced today that is going on hiatus in 2014 but promises the festival will be back next year.

After debuting in the Philadelphia band’s home state in 1999 and making a few moves, the festival has been held in Mariaville, N.Y., at the Indian Lookout Country Club since 2007.

Along with the Disco Biscuits, the 2013 edition included performances from Zeds Dead, Bassnectar, Passion Pit, Animal Collective, STS9, Umphrey’s McGee, Flux Pavilion and more.

Here’s the full statement from The Disco Biscuits & MCP Presents:

“Camp Bisco is always one of the highlights of the year for us and all of our fans. After much deliberation and tireless efforts to make Camp happen this year, we had to make the tough decision to take a year off. We will be coming back in 2015 with an amazing event that will cater to the needs, wants and wishes of Camp Bisco’s most faithful and valued attendees! Camp Bisco, which has featured such superstar musical acts as LCD Soundsystem, Snoop Dogg, Nas, Macklemore, Skrillex and many more, has sold out its last three years in a row.

“The Biscuits, MCP and our amazing community of fans and friends have built this festival from the ground up and we take extreme pride in what we have all created together. We have shared such amazing experiences throughout the last decade and a half of Camp and we look forward to doubling down on that after this year off. We are so thankful for all your rabid support, so please stay tuned, there will be some amazing announcements right around the corner.”