Top 5 Sets At Camp Bisco
Camp Bisco was one of the more highly anticipated festivals of the summer. Taking place on the Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania at the Montage Mountain Pavilion waterpark, Camp Bisco was a festival stacked with great music and great times. If you missed this years return of Camp Bisco its ok, because we have you covered on the top five sets of the weekend.
Once again STS9 put the crowd in awe as their music and lights light up all the faces of who attended their set. There never really is a bad STS9 set though, because they’re just that good at what they do. STS9 definitely brought their A-game to Camp Bisco and made sure that everyone connected with them whether they were number one fans or first time listeners.
With their amazing talent, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber are never afraid to hold back. These two definitely sparked up the stage with their high energy at Camp Bisco. The interaction between the two was absolutely perfect and the chemistry shared between the pair was noticeable by anyone. As always they sounded just as good live as any recording they’ve ever done. As the set went on the I noticed people from the lawn swarming in to hear more, that’s just how good they are.
3. LOUIS FUTON
This up and coming artist threw an amazing set that will be unforgettable for many. For most it was the first time even seeing or hearing about Louis Futon, and now no one will forget the name from here on out. Playing at the Above The Waves stage Louis Futon an amazing crowd to say at the least. Whether people were in the wave pool, in the crowd, or on the lawn everyone was dancing along to his sick beats. He played like he had nothing to lose and that’s what made is sets one of the best of the weekend.
The funky trippy beats of Tipper came pouring out of the speakers Saturday night at Camp Bisco. Being the second to last set to close out the festival Tipper made sure no one forgot his set. The Above The Waves stage was packed to the maximum with festival- goers who were visibly losing their minds as the visuals coincided with beautiful music being played.
Lorin Ashton one of the most diverse artists out there played an extremely memorable set that no one will ever be able get out of their head. The set gave a sense of feeling that no other artist that weekend was able to create. Not one person was at rest, when you looked around you seen everyone having the time of their lives. There was a sense of love and belonging in the air and it was all because of this one person who has the ability to make people feel a certain way when he plays his music. Ashton’s Camp Bisco set definitely avenged the Hudson Music Project and that’s a fact.
Written By Kaitlin Grias