For 6 years Nocturnal Wonderland has developed an unforgettable experience at the Glen Helen Amphitheater. However, the experience at Glen Helen this year is ending sooner than anticipated along with it being its last year at Glen Helen.
Pasquale Rotella, founder, and owner of Insomniac took to social media announcing Glen Helen’s new sound ordinance. The new ordinance prevents the festival from going down during its usual runtime and forcing it to end at midnight. As a way to combat the new curfew, the gates will open at 3 pm, two hours earlier than in years prior.
The festival will be showcasing three brand-new stages, fresh art installations, and the first appearance of the Parliament art car. To up the ante with camping, a special pre-party with some Headliners is taking place on Thursday. In addition, the campground’s footprint is being increased that allows extra space for two silent discos. With having silent disco attendees are able to keep going strong until the wee hours.
Tickets for Nocturnal Wonderland will go on sale this Thursday at 9:00 AM PST. Make sure to not sleep on this last opportunity to give Glen Helen a proper send-off. Take the time to enjoy the glorious glow of a full moon before Nocturnal Wonderland moves to a brand-new location.
You can check out Pasquale’s post yourself down below.