In an interesting move by Insomniac, the company has revealed its popular trance festival Dreamstate will not return to San Francisco this year, focusing instead on its flagship Southern California counterpart.
The news regarding the demise of Dreamstate San Francisco was uncovered on Instagram, where representatives from the brand replied to a follower's comment on the fate of the Bay Area event. The justification behind its undoing seems to be their focus on enhancing the experience of their flagship festival, Dreamstate SoCal.
The discontinuation of the San Francisco event (which was expanded last year), might be a small price to pay to enhance the overall Dreamstate SoCal experience. While there are other Dreamstate branded events around the world, the San Bernardino event is the only full-scale festival, with four stages and two nights of revelry.
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The 2019 edition of Dreamstate SoCal takes place November 22nd and 23rd at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 21st at 12:00 PM PST. Two-day GA tickets start at $125 plus taxes and fees and two-day VIP tickets begin at $250 plus taxes and fees. Visit SoCal.DreamstateUSA.Com for tickets and general information.