A lot of announcements coming up.

With his company turning 25 this year, the big guy at Insomniac Events, Pasquale Rotella, recently took to social media to share a whole bunch of stuff which included a brand new look to the company logo, a ‘new fresh and clean’ website, new festival websites and new experiences, to name a few.

Insomniac is a forerunner when it comes to hosting some of the biggest electronic music festivals across the world, including its flagship Electric Daisy Carnival, along with other events such as Beyond Wonderland, Nocturnal Wonderland and Escape From Wonderland. So we’re pretty kicked to know that there is a lot to look forward to in 2018. He’s also mentioned that they’re planning on announcing a few more international stops! Take a look at the post below:

“As 2018 kicks into gear, I wanted to take a minute to update everyone on some of the developments going down at Insomniac HQ. First, I’m super excited to announce that we’ve got a brand new logo to coincide with Insomniac’s 25th anniversary this year. I hope you like it—and standby for details about a special anniversary party coming up later this year.

Also, new year, new fresh and clean website! I think we’ve made it easier for you to get the latest info on all our events, as well as discover new sounds in the Music section. We’ve also starting rolling out new festival websites, starting this week with EDC Las Vegas, EDC Japan, and Beyond Wonderland SoCal. Lots happening in our digital world, including introducing you to some new friends, “The Insomniacs,” who represent some of the cool characters within our community. You can find them playing around on the new Insomniac.com.

In addition to the new websites and the new looks, 2018 will continue our tradition to bring about all new experiences. EDC Las Vegas is going to feature COMPLETELY new stage designs for kineticFIELD, circuitGROUNDS, neonGARDEN, bassPOD, and quantumVALLEY, which is getting an open-air style production this year. If you’re staying with us at our first-ever Camp EDC — or if you’re thinking about it — stay tuned because we’re about to drop details on more activities and amenities, including a full map.

In case you missed it, EDC will be going to Japan and China in 2018, and we’re planning on announcing a few more international stops. We’re also focusing on bringing even more interactive art and design to our shows and experiences, just like we used to do back in the early days. And if you’re in LA come hit up ACADEMY, our new warehouse-style club we just opened that’s going to see lots of amazing talent and events come through!”

So can we look forward to another EDC India? Let’s hope so *fingers crossed*.