In response to widespread uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, the state of California has now issued a statewide ban on large-scale events of 250 people or more. Naturally, many event organizers across the state are scrambling to reschedule. Pasquale Rotella is one of those producers. The Insomniac founder and CEO took to his socials to brea the news Beyond Wonderland SoCal has officially pushed to the end of June.
“We received work from the State and the County that we can no longer proceed with Beyond Wonderland SoCal next weekend,” said Pasquale Rotella over his social media. “We have rescheduled Beyond Wonderland SoCal at the NOS for June 19 and 20, 2020, and while the lineup may be different due to artist scheduling, we ensure it will be up to Insomniac standards.”
Fans who purchased tickets for Beyond Wonderland SoCal can choose between receiving refunds or passes to the June show. Rotella’s statement also notes that the company’s flagship event, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, is still on the schedule for May 15-17.
Beyond SoCal was originally slated for March 20-21 in San Bernardino, California. Alison Wonderland, Benny Benassi, Seven Lions, Ferry Corsten, and many more were scheduled to play.
Read Rotella’s complete statement below.
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— Pasquale Rotella (@PasqualeRotella) March 12, 2020