It’s hardly surprising that Alison Wonderland has sold out three of her five national tour dates. The Sydney-based DJ and producer announced an ambitious and original project last week– the ‘Wonderland Warehouse Project’.
Joined by shooting star Wave Racer and rising star Young Franco, Wonderland will turn a number of properties into temporary party temples as she embarks on a national tour of unique, secret Warehouse spaces.
Observing a growing wariness of the current generation of festive revellers, Alison has spent months personally scouring the country for spaces where she can throw the ultimate party. Among a climate of ever challenging ideals around the future of live music as we know it, Wonderland boldly aims to create temporary respite to the stale nightclub circuit.
Wonderland says, “I wanted to thank everyone who has supported me the last few years and I couldn’t think of a better way to do that than give them a truly unforgettable experience. I’ve got a few surprises up my sleeve, and am super excited that my m8s Wavey and Franco are coming too.”
Consistently rocking main stages at every festival worth its salt in this country, and on the back of her last run of sold-out dates, Wonderland has received the stamp of approval when it comes to knowing how to dishevel a dancefloor.
With the promise of new music in the coming weeks, the Wonderland Warehouse Project is set to be Alison’s biggest and most boisterous yet. Bringing her extraordinary visual cube-show along for the ride, Wonderland will be hitting Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and the Gold Coast, on what will likely be her only tour of the capitals this year – which, if her last is anything to go by, will sell-out quickly.