Insomniac Announces New Dates and Location For Nocturnal Wonderland 2017

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The 22nd annual festival will feature three days of camping and two nights of music at Glen Helen Park on Friday, September 15 & Saturday, September 16, 2017 

LOS ANGELES, CA – Today, Insomniac revealed the new dates and venue details for the 22nd anniversary of North America’s longest running dance music festival, Nocturnal Wonderland. The transformative music and camping festival will immerse Headliners in a beautiful forested landscape at its new location, the expansive Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, on Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16, 2017.

This year’s installment of Nocturnal Wonderland will return to its historic dance music roots in an intimate outdoor setting, adjacent to it’s former home at San Manuel Amphitheater. The three-day camping and two-day music gathering will feature creatively designed stages, roaming art cars, enchanting costumed performers, elaborate art installations, and eclectic sounds from a broad spectrum of international artists.

Last year’s signature festival brought thousands of Headliners together for an unforgettable celebration of dance music culture, treating fans to dynamic performances from over 100 groundbreaking acts including Chromeo, Odesza, Keys N Krates, 3LAU b2b Audien and Gryffin. The debut of the Labryinth stage, inspired by EDC Las Vegas 2016’s bamboo Sky Bridge art installation, captivated fans with its state-of-the-art sound and lighting design. Camping festivalgoers enjoyed exclusive access to interactive activities, such as revitalizing yoga sessions, creative arts and crafts, mouth-watering food options and stargazing under the effervescent Nocturnal sky.

For the latest news on Nocturnal Wonderland 2017, visit NocturnalWonderland.com and follow Nocturnal Wonderland on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To stay up to date with all things Insomniac, visit www.insomniac.com.

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