COVID-19 has, once again, claimed another victim in the entertainment industry. Camp Bisco has officially been “rescheduled’ due to concerns about the future of the pandemic. The festival will now be taking place on July 8th – 10th, 2021.
According to the statement made by Camp Bisco:
“We are extremely saddened by the decision, but the safety of the festival goers. artists, crews and staff is our number one priority.”
Camp Bisco is asking for ticketholders to continue holding onto their tickets. In return, they will be honored for the 2021 event. They also state for future attendees to “Expect an epic camp lineup similar to this year with some amazing additions, massive production and an immersive projection mapping experience.” Ultimately, if ticketholders choose to keep their tickets, they will receive an exclusive Pre-Party Concert that will happen the day before the festival.
Fortunately, those who do not seek to keep their passes will be able to request a refund. They will be accepted until Wednesday, June 10th, 2020. Camp Bisco will email more information to ticket holders in the next few days.
At this point, most music festivals occurring in the summer season have been either canceled or rescheduled. Some of the events affected are EDC Las Vegas, Tomorrowland, Ultra Korea, Bonnaroo, and now Camp Bisco. It is completely uncertain as to when music festivals will make an official return. Although many have been postponed to the fall, it is still unknown if they will actually be able to take place then.
Stay tuned for updates on Camp Bisco.