26/06/2017
The Wonderland Scarehouse Project.

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Beat Magazine

Great news, Melbourne. Alison Wonderland is bringing her Wonderland Scarehouse Project to a secret location near you.

Only accessible by phantom bus, you'll need to move off the grid to get down with Wonderland for this one. The epic party is coming off the back of her Wonderland Warehouse Project, which has sold out two cross-country laps since 2014.    

"The Wonderland Warehouse Project was one of my most favourite things to play and curate, it was basically a look into my mind.  This will be the next step," said Wonderland. 

"As someone who is a music lover, for me shows are a way to escape the real world and I want everyone who comes to leave with the same experience. This is the third time we have worked on the warehouse project idea and it’s of course going to be bigger and better every time." 

Alison Wonderland is currently working on her sophomore record, a follow-up to her breakthrough debut Run. 

It's going down at a secret farm location near Melbourne on Saturday December 2. Tickets go on sale Wednesday June 28 from 10am, with the lineup dropping soon. More details here

Via Beat.

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