With sophomore record Awake continuing to evolve into the game changer she had always threatened to unleash, Sydney singer / songwriter / producer / DJ quad-slashie Alison Wonderland is hitting the road again for shows across the country.
Set to dominate venues in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourneand Sydney, the run comes hot on the heels of Wonderland’s recent slot as the highest billed female DJ in Coachella history. That set, and the hundreds before it, confirmed her place as a rising force on the world stage and a leading light in Australian eyes.
Three years in the making, Awake arrived on a wave of continuous success for Alison Wonderland. Her debut record Run made her perpetually in demand party starter du jour. It came on the back of years of hard graft as she toured, remixed and DJ’d her way into the heart of worldwide tastemakers and soiree seekers alike.
With mixes for the likes of Dua Lipa, Duke Dumont, Justin Bieber and Lido in her back pocket, she dropped Awake onto a fanbase in awe of her multitasking mastery. Immediately hitting the top spots in Australia, Alison Wonderland’s sets at festivals were must-see affairs – applauded for an unexpected heart-on-sleeve approach with her fans.
With over 75 million streams to date and a #1 on the electronic billboard chart, she’s proving that EDM can indeed have a soul and beating heart, the record is honest and uncompromising in its depiction of a young woman simultaneously at the peak and crossroads of a beautiful life.
Tracks like ‘Easy’ and ‘Awake’ burn with ambition andcandour while still encapsulating the strong vibes and anthemic cadences that she’s known for. Meanwhile, singles Church and No scratch that burning itch to get lit.
On stage, Alison Wonderland is a force to be reckoned with, whipping audiences into fanaticism. Having sharpened her craft to perfection, the huge venues included in this tour will be the perfect church for her subjects to bow to the Queen of EDM.
Alison Wonderland Awake Tour
22 November – THE TIVOLI, BRISBANE
23 November – THEBARTON THEATRE, ADELAIDE
24 November – FORUM, MELBOURNE
07 December – ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY