Just when we thought Insomniac had delivered the full lineup for Nocturnal Wonderland 2019, they go and add a whopping 13 more. In a post made by the head honcho himself, Pasquale Rotella, it was announced that the festival would be getting cut short due to sound laws affecting the Glen Helen Amphitheater. In return, the festival will open two hours earlier at 3:00 OM and add in more surprises. One of these includes the Parliament Art Car, which has never been featured on the West Coast.
The Parliament Art Car will showcase Atlast, ETC! ETC!, HVDES, JayCeeOh, Rawtek, JSTJR, UZ, Yakz, a Mat Zo drum and bass set, and Space Yacht. According to the post, more artists are still to come. The car has become a fan favorite at Electric Daisy Carnival since its debut in 2017. It's a 55-foot mobile dance floor decked out with lasers, flames, a top-of-the-line sound system, and a 360-degree "nest" for the giant owl. No word yet if the design will change for Nocturnal, but no doubt this should be a stop on your stage to-do list.
Nocturnal Wonderland is Insomniac's original festival, dating back even further than EDC. It began back in 1995 and has been a staple in rave culture ever since. This year's lineup will include DJ Snake, Zeds Dead, Malaa, Camelphat, Jauz, and many more.
The 2019 edition of Nocturnal Wonderland will take place on September 14th and 15th for the final time at the Glen Helen Amphitheater in San Bernadino, California. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the event website.
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