Insomniac to produce New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day-themed events in San Bernardino

Festival producer Insomniac has revealed its plans to ring in the New Year as well as celebrate Valentine’s Day with three uniquely themed events, all of which will take place at the NOS Event Center (689 S. E St.) in San Bernardino.

To start the New Year’s Eve festivities a little early, Insomniac is bringing back Audiotistic, a genre-blending, multi-dimensional hip-hop and electronic dance festival to the venue on Saturday, Dec. 29. The line-up includes a DJ set from Porter Robinson, plus Lil Uzi Vert, Flosstradamus, Chris Lake, Drezo, Quix, Lil Xan, AC Slater, Anti Up, Born Dirty and more. General admission tickets are $69-$89 and premier parking passes can be purchased in advance for $30 at audiotisticfestival.com.

On Monday, Dec. 31, officially celebrate the New Year with Insomniac’s 5th annual New Year’s Eve Countdown, which features more than 30 world-renowned artists performing across four extraterrestrial-themed stages, including The Mothership, The Nebula, Area 51 and Twilight Zone. The line-up includes performances by Afrojack, Dillon Francis, Zedd, Tiësto, Alison Wonderland, Graves, RL Grime, Friction, The Prototypes, Zomboy, Justin Martin, Sage Armstrong and more. General admission tickets are $199.99-$129.99; VIP is $209.99-$129.99. Premier parking can be purchased in advance for $30 online and there are also several shuttle options available for $20-$40 at countdownnye.com.

Insomniac is also offering a special Audiotistic and Countdown New Year’s Eve combo ticket for $159.98. The events are for ages 18-and-over only.

In February, Insomniac will bring a Valentine-themed event called Crush, which will be happening in San Francisco, Dallas, Arizona and in San Bernardino on Saturday, Feb. 16, with sets by Aydin, Gravedgr, Grammer, Getter, Holly, Nitti Gritti, Showtek and more. Tickets go on sale at noon on Friday, Dec. 7, at crush.insomniac.com.

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