The three-day, overnight festival launched this year in late August and was billed as an adult summer camp and more intimate music festival. It featured camp activities like hiking, yoga and campfire sing-a-longs along with performances from Jared Leto’s band and numerous DJ sets.
“The very first Camp Mars was pure magic,” Leto said in a new statement. “It was insane and amazing and we knew in the first five minutes we would be doing it again. Music, art, nature, friends, food and fun. It was a perfect weekend, and I think this next Camp Mars will be absolutely unforgettable.”
Camp Mars’ ticket packages will be available on November 18th. Packages range from $399 for single-day stays to the $2,299 “Red Hawk Package,” where attendees are guaranteed a stay in the main building, activities with Thirty Seconds to Mars and activities including ghost stories, karaoke and spiritual teachings theme night. Guests also have the option to bring a tent and camp out in Mt. Gilmore.
Thirty Seconds to Mars split from their label, Virgin/EMI, last April, which they chronicled in the documentary Artifact. Last year, they toured with Linkin Park and AFI on the Carnivores tour and played New Orleans’ Voodoo Music and Arts Experience alongside Outkast, Foo Fighters and Arctic Monkeys. The band is currently working on their fifth album.