Thirty Seconds to Mars announces 2018 Camp Mars

Tickets on sale January 22nd

In anticipation of their highly-anticipated fifth studio album, due this year, Thirty Seconds to Mars announces their fourth annual Camp Mars music festival. The weekend long mini-music festival will take place August 11th – 13th in Malibu, California. Packages will be available to purchase starting Monday, January 22nd and are available at summercampmars.com.

The Camp Mars Music Festival is in its fourth year and gives fans a special chance to relive the summer camp of their youth while interacting with Thirty Seconds to Mars through a variety of activities including hiking, yoga, games, art installations, meditation, and more.

The bands’ first single off the upcoming album, Walk On Water, spent five weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Rock Airplay Chart, and spent four weeks at No. 1 on radio’s Mediabase Alternative Chart. “Walk On Water” has been used in collaboration with ESPN on ESPN’s college football programming for the 2017 season across a variety of platforms. The official music video is a just a sneak peek into the upcoming documentary film, A Day in the Life of America. Filmed on a single day, July 4th, 2017, in all 50 States, plus Washington DC and Puerto Rico by 92 professional film crews, 10,000 fan submissions, news and social media content, director Jared Leto presents a unique and historic portrait of America on a single day. Thirty Seconds to Mars encourages people to continue the conversation by posting thoughts and images across social media to #WhatAmericaMeansToMe.

Camp Mars Music Festival is presented once again by Adventures In Wonderland, an experiences company that builds unique activities and events to connect fans to their favorite artists. Packages for the Camp Mars Music Festival in Malibu are available on January 22nd at 10 am PT.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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