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Published: 2013/06/26

The Disco Biscuits Confirm City Bisco Dates

The Disco Biscuits have confirmed their second annual City Bisco event. The event will take place at Philadelphia, PA’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts on September 28. The Disco Biscuits will perform both nights of the festival along with a variety of other electronic, jam and hip-hop acts.

Fan presale tickets will be available this Friday at noon ET at Ticketfly. All presale tickets will be sold as two-day passes for the discounted price of $72.50. Moreover, pit section tickets will only be available through the TDB presale – quantities are extremely limited. VIP and travel packages will also be available from CID Entertainment.


There are 6 comments associated with this post

Sam June 26, 2013, 13:26:17

Ecstasy dealers in Phili must be pumped!

Hill June 26, 2013, 14:14:36

The nitrous mafia too!

allan June 26, 2013, 15:23:10

Barber amd Brownie need money badly. If you get to know them they will beg you for money. To bad the smack got to them in rado in SCruz right guys?!

Green Bisco Announcement June 26, 2013, 23:42:47

Wassup Bisco Nation. We anticipate another trancefusion Philly throw down. To show how, even in the middle of our city Philly represent, we can decrease our carbon footprint. So during this festival Jon and Marc will be driving to and from the show in cars that only use Nitrous provided by the men outside most of our shows at the E Factory. We feel like our statement could echo throughout the mid North East where we effect hundreds of young opinions every show.

Huh June 27, 2013, 01:40:29

These guys are still considered an active band? Did they hire Hamilton from BP or Palmieri from PB. Jon looked like a young 94 Jerry Garcia the last time he chewed my ear off 3 months ago about his movie plans and the fizzling of Bisco and how Brownie was such an annoying mench that should just add a guitarist to Electron and call it Bisco.

Dr. Mantis Toboggan June 27, 2013, 06:55:23

Best band in the world. They have the best songs, the best sound, and the best improv. I saw City Bisco day two last year – so great to see them in Philly. Maybe I’ll do both nights this year.

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