Road to Camp Bisco – Interview with Harrison Waxenberg of Horizon Wireless
How many Camp Bisco’s have you attended (and which ones where they)?
[box]Describe your three favorite memories from the first year that you attended Camp Bisco. [/box]
[box]What is your favorite musical memory from Camp Bisco? [/box]
[box]In a sentence, why do you come back to Camp Bisco year after year?[/box]
[box]What is something that Camp Bisco has that no other festival offers?[/box]
[box]Is there a particular artist, individual, or something that keeps your coming back or is it the overall experience?[/box]
[box]What are 5 things (tangible or intangible) that every newcomer should bring with them to Camp Bisco?[/box]
[box]How do you personally contribute to the Camp Bisco community? [/box]
[box]What is it like to play for the crowd at Camp Bisco as compared to any other festival. Is there something different or unique about the crowd at CB?[/box]
[box]What are you looking forward to most about Camp Bisco 2015? [/box]
The Disco Biscuits throwing down some historical sets; getting a light show from an overly energetic glover with no concept of personal space during Nectar’s set; and frolicking with my fiance through the mud while pretending to be teenagers.
[box]Is there anything else that you want to say about anything having to do with the festival feel free to add it.[/box]
Camp Bisco is without a doubt the best place in the world. Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama both agree that it is a must see attraction for anyone visiting America during the Summer time… and for them to agree on anything is a miracle in and of itself. Vlad prefers Hot Air Balloon while Barack is more of a Chemical Warfare Brigade type of guy… but I personally just want to hear “Step Inside” come back. Don’t forget your flat-brim.
Write your own Road to Camp Bisco:
Sensible Reason is looking for submissions to our Road to Camp Bisco (RtCB) series. This festival is one that many people hold near and dear to their hearts and we want to share your story. Was Camp Bisco your first music festival? Was it where you met your festie family? Was it where you heard the Disco Biscuits for the first time, 50thtime 150th time? Was it the first time you heard of drum and bass? Whatever it was that mad your Camp Bisco experience memorable, we want to know!
We are looking for submissions from a few paragraphs to a few pages, the length is up to you. Content could includeartists that were the highlight of your experience, friends you made, vendors who sold really unique items, a funny story about just getting to camp, art installations or artists that struck a chord with you. Just remember these posts will be published so exclude any parts of your experience you wouldn’t want your boss, or worse, your mother, to read.
Below are links to some of our more memorable Road to Camp Bisco posts from superfans, members of Orchard Lounge,Dopapod, The Indobox, SOLARiS and the founder of LostinSound.
Here are some examples of great posts from the past few years:
An amazing personal story
A great medium-sized post
A post written by an artist that played at Camp Bisco
A classic Camp Bisco tail
The mother of all Camp Bisco Experiences
Each person’s memories of Camp Bisco are unique, but one thing is always the same: a love of this great festival. Send us your post and tell what makes Camp Bisco special to you! If you are not the strongest writer dont worry. We have teams of writers and editors who will work with you from start to finish to make sure the finished product is something you can be proud of.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to shine a spotlight on some artists you love, your Camp Bisco family, or the parts of the festival that make it the best around! Try include at least one photo related to the content in your post. Please submit posts to firstname.lastname@example.org just include “Road to Camp Bisco” in the email subject line.
Road to Camp Bisco: Rewrite Program
While we encourage people to to write their own posts to the best of their ability, this year we are also offering a rewrite program. All you have to so is write down and send us the funny memories, musical or artistic highlights or anything else you would like included in your RtCB. It does not have to be any particular format or use correct grammer/spelling. As long as we can understand you we will rewrite and transform your stories for you and turn it into an interesting well written story about your Camp Bisco experience. Thats right we will do most of the work making your post great!
Just submit your camp stories to email@example.com with the subject line “Road to Camp Bisco”