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Insomniac Announces 4-Day Psychedelic Gathering

Insomniac, the world’s leader in massive electronic events, has just added a new 4-day experience to their festival roster. Sacred Valley, an Outdoor Psychedelic Gathering, is making its debut at the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation next month. This festival honors the cherished conscious festival community while staying true to the evolution and growth of Insomniac festivals. It’s the perfect setting for attendees who prefer to experience live music amongst a unique and distinctive community that celebrates conscious growth and creative expression. For a preview into the journey that waits, watch the official trailer here.

Set amidst the lush fields and tree-lined grounds of the largest landmass in San Diego County, Insomniac’s first event of this kind brings a spectrum of visual and music experiences with inspired designs, bold architecture, and natural elements. Each day, fans will journey into a conscious and mindful community complete with 24 hours of music across two specially curated stages showcasing psychedelic music genres. The Elevation dome, a third space to capture the essence of collaborative music spaces for artists, dreamers, dancers, and visionaries, will host a variety of immersive experiences including:


The lineup of artists set to perform at the first-ever Sacred Valley – Outdoor Psychedelic Gathering include:

Lunaris Temple

Ace Ventura, Alpha Portal, Astrix, Atmos, Barakuda, Bumbling Loons (Dick Trevor & James Monro), Captain Hook, Dickster, Paradigm, Penta, Perfect Stranger, Ryanosaurus, Shpongle (Simon Posford DJ Set), Sidekicks, Sonic Species, Soundaholix, Treavor Moontribe, Triceradrops, Tristan, Wegha

Solaris Temple

Bix King, Brennen Grey, Christian Smith, D-Nox, Dadon, DJ Three, Gui Boratto, Jimbo James, Julian Jeweil, Kevin Saunderson, Kolombo, Lovelife Party, Marie Nyx, No Requests, Noir, Olivier Giacomotto, Popof, Sebastien Leger, Secret Cinema, Sheff, Shmitty, Super Flu, Tensnake, Thugfucker, Yuli Fershtat

As the places we gather are special places that receive a great deal of impact from our presence, Insomniac has committed to adopting environmentally efficient practices at Sacred Valley. Insomniac encourages attendees leave no trace and to leave the land better off than when they found it. General festival practices will also be in place to create a cleaner festival, including the Earth Emporium recycling program, minimal use of LED lighting, and the use of solar energy where possible.

Festival passes, currently on sale at, grant access into the festival and campsite. Creating a unique culture of positivity and togetherness with like-minded individuals, camping will be available across two distinct camps, Camp Lunaris and Camp Solaris. Free to set up in either area that you please, each will bring its own unique vibration of music and psychedelic exploration.

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