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New Sound Ordinance Will Affect This Year’s Nocturnal Wonderland

The Glen Helen Amphitheater (previously San Manuel Amphitheater) in San Bernardino, California just made a new sound ordinance. The new sound ordinance at the venue will have music end midnight. The Glen Helen Amphitheater is the home of this year’s Nocturnal Wonderland and has been since 2013. The new ordinance will be affecting this year’s event.

The event won’t be until September 14th and the 15th of this year. But the founder and owner of Insomniac, Pasquale Rotella announced that they will be looking for a new venue for next year.

The sound ordnance won’t stop the party this year. With the news, Nocturnal Wonderland will open two hours earlier, at 3 pm. The festival will also be expanding the campgrounds and two silent discos every night.

Tickets will be going on sale tomorrow, Thursday, June 13, 2019. And you can check out all the new changes to this years’ festival down below:

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