Words by Carly Creed, photos by Charles Poladian
Read Part 1 of our experience here
It is common practice for summer festivals to be rain or shine affairs. When outdoor events are subjected to thunderstorms, the day’s pleasure is at risk. Day 2 of Camp Bisco featured some ugly passing thunder showers as the day wore on. Fortunately, Camp Bisco X was well organized and the patrons were dedicated to the party as the fields were busy with people long into the night. Itâ€™s easy to understand why though, considering the lineup. From noon to early into the next morning, bands and DJs assembled by The Disco Biscuits played before the huge crowd of loyal festival goers.
It felt nice to be back on the festival grounds around the early afternoon on Day Two of Camp Bisco. The sun was high in the sky but there were signs of rain. This, however didnâ€™t stop anyone as they bustled around, getting to the next stage or standing by the busy shops and stands for a bite to eat.
I was able to catch the tail end of Indobox at the Main Stage. Opening acts are cursed with overcoming the hurdle of setting the tone for the rest of the day and Indobox truly delivered. A notably enjoyable moment was their cover of Miike Snow’s â€śAnimal.â€ť Their music was consonant with the general attitude of the festival with its lighthearted sound, surging electronic bass lines and frantic dance beats.
A full gallery for Day 2 of Camp Bisco and more of the review after the jump
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