Beyond Wonderland Virtual Rave-A-Thon Announced By Insomniac [Watch Inside]

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Will you be going down the rabbit hole this weekend by tuning in to the Beyond Wonderland Virtual Rave-A-Thon on YouTube and Twitch?

As fans, artists, industry members, and promoters from around the world continue to cope with the coronavirus pandemic that has led to the postponement or cancellation of events and festivals, the internet has become a hotbed for everyone to congregate. Streams have popped up left and right on different platforms and now Insomniac is looking to give us even more reasons to dance with the Beyond Wonderland Virtual Rave-A-Thon.

Making good on their promise that was made when the festival was postponed until June, there will be a virtual edition of Beyond Wonderland that will take place on the original dates of March 20-21. Hosted on YouTube and Twitch, there will be performances from 8pm – 12am each night for a #VirtualBeyond that you simply won’t want to miss out on.

This livestream event features an array of artists that will have you grooving in your living room no matter where you are on the planet. Whether you’re looking to shuffle to the house music grooves from Dr. Fresch and Jack Beats, headbang to bass sounds from MONXX and Kill The Noise, or enjoy unique offerings from Mija and Ookay, there will be something for anyone.

Additionally, some special guests will be appearing during the livestream as well so make sure to stay tuned because more updates and the specific set times will be arriving ahead of the weekend.

Follow Beyond Wonderland on Twitter for the latest updates and make sure you’re following Insomniac Events on YouTube and Twitch so you can get a reminder the moment the streams go live!

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