Disco Biscuits added to Eco Music Festival lineup on Saturday, July 2 in Snowmass

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If you happened to miss the Disco Biscuits shows at the Ogden this past week or didn't get up to Red Rocks last night for Bisco Inferno -- or if you just can't get enough of those crazy Biscuits: The Disco Biscuits have been added to the lineup for the first annual Eco Music Festival.

An eco conscious, jammer-friendly shindig, EMU is slated to kick off in Snowmass Village on Thursday, June 30, with a free concert from New Mastersounds, followed by a day of hiking and other activities, culminating with a concert on Saturday, July 2, featuring Leftover Salmon, Perpetual Groove, Tea Leaf Green, RJD2, and Michael Thomas Smith.

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