Pasquale Rotella is on his way to Burning Man via a tiny plane, which he loathes.
“I’d rather pack up an RV and drive 15 hours and wait another seven hours in line,” he says with a laugh. That was how he used to travel the first 14 times he visited the festival. It was just him and a bike on the Playa, as festival regulars call the large sandy expanse of the dried lake bed. Now, as the chief executive of a multimillion-dollar EDM festival franchise, he has his tiny plane to jet him there.
But the Insomniac…
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