There are a few performances worth the trek to Brooklyn but Alison Wonderland is most certainly among them.
With only two shows in the U.S. (L.A. and NYC), the sprawling Avant Gardner hosted her revamped WONDERLAND WAREHOUSE PROJECT, a seven city global tour–stemming from the original 2014 series of raucous underground warehouse parties thrown across her native homeland of Australia. And thanks to her massive fan base, the place was completely packed.
Joined by a live band, with drummers clad in onesies on raised platforms by her side, Alison wowed from beginning to end. A bewitched crowd sang along as she played a mix of fan favorites and new music. The Australian native’s revamped live show came with a new set of visuals, including a baby Yoda appearance and a nod to the King of Pop.
Wonderland Warehouse Project (Brooklyn, 7 December 2019)
As she took her last bow, Wonderland dedicated a “Good Enough” rework by her chum Valentino Khan, who fell ill and had to cancel his show next door.
In the most hectic time of the year, the audience felt content they spent the weeks leading-up to winter break at Alison Wonderland’s Warehouse Project.
Attendees ended the night feeling enchanted and appeared ever merrier.
Wonderland Warehouse Project Worldwide:
Wonderland continues to raise the bar for touring artists, selling out two shows at Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre over the summer, aptly named ‘Temple of Wonderland.’ Alison is one of only two Australian artists to ever achieve this feat.
Be ready to rave. Wonderland Warehouse Project ‘Worldwide’ has arrived. Are you ready?