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Insomniac Announces Lineup For The 19th Annual Nocturnal Wonderland Festival

Celebration takes place on September 5 & 6, 2014, showcasing more than 70 top dance music acts and offering overnight camping for a magical weekend experience

LOS ANGELES, July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the highly anticipated lineup and camping details for the 19th annual Nocturnal Wonderland festival were released by Insomniac. The longest running dance music festival in America will return to the San Manuel Amphitheater & Grounds on September 5 and 6, 2014. This end of summer celebration will take fans into a mysterious realm of roaming theatrical creatures and curious characters, beautiful decor and interactive art installations, all surrounded by four stages of world class music.

Insomniac Announces Lineup For The 19th Annual Nocturnal Wonderland Festival

For the second year, fans will have the chance to join the Nocturnal Wonderland camping community by staying overnight on the grounds adjacent to the festival. The campgrounds will open on Thursday September 4, a day prior to the start of the festival, which begins on Friday September 5.  Campers will have exclusive access to a variety of activities including arts and crafts, swimming, waterslides, Frisbee golf, fishing, food trucks, and a silent disco, which will carry on until 6 a.m.

"Nocturnal Wonderland isn't just the first festival I produced, it's also the longest running dance music festival in North America and its SoCal roots are a big part of that 19-year history," said Pasquale Rotella, Founder and CEO of Insomniac. "With three nights of camping available and a silent disco that goes until 6 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, we're truly embracing our night owl roots. I hope that our fans come to Nocturnal ready to bring the energy and connect with one another throughout the night."

The Nocturnal Wonderland lineup will create a wonderful soundtrack across four state-of-the-art stages to compliment the natural beauty of the San Manuel Amphitheater as fans dance under the starry night sky.

The lineup includes:

3LAU

Candyland

DJ Fury

Adrian Lux

Cash Cash

DJ Heather

Amtrac

Charles Feelgood

Donald Glaude

Arty

Clockwork

Dyro

Audien

Crizzly

EDX

Bad Boy Bill

Danny Avila

Excision

BARE

Delta Heavy

Fallen

Bingo Players

Deniz Koyu

Flux Pavilion

Brillz

DJ DAN

Fred V & Grafix

Funtcase vs Cookie

Mat Zo

Sluggers

gLAdiator

Maxim (The Prodigy) DJ

Super 8 & Tab

Green Lantern

Set

The Glitch Mob

High Contrast

MK

Treasure Fingers

Hook N Sling

Moguai

Tritonal

Jaytech

Moon Boots

Two Fresh

Joaquin Bamaca

Myon & Shane54

Twoloud

Justin Jay

Netsky

TWRK

Kove

Nicky Romero

Tydi

Le Youth

Origin

Vice

Lenny V

Plastic Plates

Will Sparks b2b Joel

Loadstar

R3HAB

Fletcher b2b Timmy

Mark Farina

Slander

Trumpet

Martin Garrix

Sliink


Nocturnal Wonderland is an 18 and older event. General admission tickets are priced at $149 before service fees. A layaway option is available for general admission tickets. VIP tickets are also available for guests 21 and older starting at $279, before service fees. VIP amenities include a separate entrance to the festival for expedited access, exclusive decks with a full cash bar overlooking the stage, private restroom facilities and a souvenir laminate and lanyard.

The Nocturnal Wonderland campgrounds will open on Thursday, September 4 for those who purchase a three-day camping pass and will close on Sunday, September 7. Two and three day camping passes start at $120 and $165, respectively. A festival ticket is required to enter the campgrounds.

Tickets and camping passes are on sale now at www.nocturnalwonderland.com. For updates on announcements related to Nocturnal Wonderland, please visit www.insomniac.com or follow Insomniac on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

About Insomniac:
Insomniac produces some of the most innovative, immersive music festivals and events in the world. Enhanced by state-of-the-art lighting, pyrotechnics and sound design, large-scale art installations, theatrical performers and next generation special effects, these events captivate the senses and inspire a unique level of fan interaction. The quality of the experience is the company's top priority.

Throughout its 20-year history, Insomniac has produced more than 250 festivals, concerts and club nights for nearly 4 million attendees in California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New York, Texas, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom. The company's premier annual event, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, is the largest multi-day music festival in North America, and attracted more than 400,000 fans over three days in June 2014.

The company was founded by Pasquale Rotella, and has been based in Los Angeles since it was formed in 1993.

Keep up with Insomniac announcements and news on Facebook and Twitter.

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