Aussie producer and DJ Alison Wonderland has dropped a hair-raising teaser for her ‘Wonderland Scarehouse Project’ ahead of the release of her hotly-anticipated second album later this year.
Wonderland has marketed the Scarehouse Project as an immersive horror x music project. The horror will commence with a compulsory “phantom bus service” transporting ticket-holders to secret, haunted farmland locations – raising heart rates ahead of a blood-curdling night of EDM “splattered across horror movie fields”.
Two years following her last ‘Wonderland Warehouse Project’ tour, fans have been patiently awaiting the return of the ‘Queen of Scream’, and if the teaser trailer is anything to go by, this tour will be her craziest yet.
Australia & NZ.. I don’t even know if I’m ready for this. These are going to be the craziest shows yet.. pic.twitter.com/iMgEEqNe8h
— Alison Wonderland (@awonderdj) June 26, 2017
The premise of transporting fans to secret locations isn’t foreign to the ‘Wonderland Warehouse’ experience, however, we can’t help but feel this tour is a calculated stab at the wet blankets who have demolished Sydney’s nightlife, with organisers declaring:
“Forget noise complaints. Silence the neighbours. Lynch the lockouts. There are no rules anymore… And inside this chaos we will find our calm.”
Support acts are yet to be announced, but Wonderland has promised a massive bill of handpicked local and international artists.
Tickets go on sale at 10am, Wednesday 28th June. Get in quick! Both of her previous tours have been sold out. Head to Wonderland Scarehouse Project for more details.