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In a lengthy Instagram post, Pasquale Rotella, founder, and CEO of Insomniac Events has announced that EDC Las Vegas will be pushed back to October 22nd-24th, 2021. In the US, many small venues and sporting events have just begun their reopenings. Festivals like Ubbi Dubbi and Lost Lands have announced their plans to move onward and hold the festivals with suggestions

Since the pandemic began to fully take hold at the start of 2020, American events company Insomniac, fronted by Pasquale Rotella, wasted no time in getting down to business to see what they could do to ensure that fans and attendees of their events - that were getting cancelled - were staying entertained, and happy. The company was hit extremely

Insomniac Events recently debuted its first-ever drive-thru experience, Electric Mile at Santa Anita Park, in Arcadia, California. As the world continues to be devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic that has forced many entertainment avenues to redirect their businesses, especially the live-music aspect, many artists and events companies alike have sought to adapt to the new way of life. With festivals around

No plans this Friday or Saturday? Insomniac has got you covered with EDC Orlando's first-ever Virtual Rave-A-Thon. After a successful virtual EDC Las Vegas edition, it only makes sense for Insomniac to bring our weekends back to life with the announcement of this special two-day virtual event. Taking place on November 20-21 with your favorite host Pasquale Rotella, fans are in for

Insomniac has been conquering this year with a wide range of both virtual and in-person events. From announcing the official dates for EDC Mexico 2021 to throwing down an epic BOO! “Park ‘N Rave” event, there is no stopping Insomniac as they continue to further innovate in the music industry. In need of more large-scale Insomniac events in Washington D.C? Look no further, as

Pasquale Rotella took to social media today to announce that EDC will officially be coming to Europe in 2021 with a location and dates announced. As the world continues to cope with a cancellation of festivals at a global level, Insomniac Events has done everything in their power to continue to give the fans of Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) the hope

Recognized for satisfying all those trap and bass enthusiasts around the globe, HARD Summer has clearly never disappointed their attendees when it comes to consistently delivering stellar lineups every year. Feeling a little hungry for a BBQ fueled with diversified beats? We have got you covered as HARD Summer BackHARD BBQ has just announced their virtual lineup for this weekend.

By now, everyone knows that leading American-based event brand Insomniac and head boss Pasquale Rotella made the choice to move EDC Las Vegas from May to October following the Covid-19 pandemic. To raise spirits, though, they've been throwing massive virtual livestream festival events in place of the events that were meant to take place, so that attendees can still get a slice of the action with DJs

American electronic music promoter Insomniac has seen no other option but to furlough roughly half of its staff as CEO/Founder Pasquale Rotella has detailed. Having to work from home, the existing employees at Insomniac are having to roll out refund procedures from their own homes after the cancellation of a handful of its festivals as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Insomniac recently

As every industry and country is fighting the impact of the COVID-19, commonly referred to as the Coronavirus, epidemic, more and more governments are advising to social-distance and cancellation of large gatherings as well as completely lockdowns in some affected areas, EDC Las Vegas may be the next event impacted. As of yesterday, the CDC, the Centers for Disease Control and

Every minute news around multiple events around the world being cancelled or postponed are popping up. Pasquale Rotella, the man behind Electric Daisy Carnival, has now addressed concerns in relation to the event being held or not. The ongoing pandemic of the COVID-19 virus, commonly known as the Coronavirus, spreading across the globe, is keeping governments and health organizations busy 24/7.

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