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Insomniac announces Las Vegas versions of 2 Southern California dance festivals

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - The producers behind the massive Electric Daisy Carnival rave say they're planning Las Vegas versions of two other dance festivals traditionally held in Southern California.

Insomniac Events CEO Pasquale Rotella announced this week on his official Facebook page that his company would launch a Beyond Wonderland festival and a Nocturnal Wonderland festival in Sin City.

Rotella says the new events will be in addition to festivals in Southern California and won't replace them.

His message addressed concerns that the festivals are outgrowing their usual home at the San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino, Calif. Rotella says Insomniac is negotiating new venues, but hasn't finalized them yet.

Nocturnal Wonderland is traditionally held in September, and Beyond Wonderland is usually held in March. Both are smaller than the Electric Daisy Carnival.

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