Beyond Wonderland SoCal Drops Dates and Presale Tickets for 2023

Beyond Wonderland SoCal 2022
Photo Credit: Insomniac Events

Already planning your next trip to Beyond Wonderland SoCal after this past weekend’s festivities? Presale tickets are available now!


Beyond Wonderland SoCal continues to prove that it’s one of the best multi-genre, multi-stage festivals in North America with its stacked lineups and immersive production. This year’s edition only further bolstered that legacy by transforming the NOS Events Center into a whimsical playground and delivering massive sets from Above & Beyond, ZEDD, Seven Lions, Netsky, Zeds Dead, John O’Callaghan, Valentino Khan, Lady Faith, Timmy Trumpet, and more.

Whether you made your way to San Bernardino this past weekend and want to make a return trip to Beyond Wonderland SoCal or want to satiate the FOMO that you experienced by heading there next year, you’re in luck. Insomniac passed out flyers announcing the dates for the upcoming edition on March 24-25, 2023 after each night of the festival – so mark your calendars and start booking your hotel rooms now for those dates.

Related: Looking to get your fix of electronic music before next spring? Check out the lineup for EDC Las Vegas this May!

Paired with the official announcement of its dates is the ticket presale info for 2023 with two-day GA, GA+, and VIP passes available now for a limited time. GA begins at $149.99 (+ tax and fees) and GA+ begins at $199.99 (+ tax and fees), while anyone looking to upgrade their experience can opt for VIP at $259.99 (+ tax and fees). All passes purchased during this presale can be locked for just $1 down on a layaway plan.

GA, GA+, and VIP Tickets for Beyond Wonderland SoCal 2023 are on sale now for a limited time, so act fast if you plan to attend. Head over to Front Gate Tickets for more details and to make your purchase.



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