Following two epic sold-out shows at Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre late last year, today Alison Wonderland announces a return to Red Rocks with her ‘Temple of Wonderland’ show on September 15, 2020.
A ticket pre-sale will take begin tomorrow, March 11 at 12:00 pm Mountain Time and end on Thursday, March 12 at 10:00 PM MT. The general on-sale will launch at 10:00 AM MT on Friday, March 13. Visit alisonwonderland.com for tickets.
In addition to this new Red Rocks date, Wonderland continues her extensive touring through 2020. The multi-faceted talent is also set to perform at several upcoming festivals including Buku Festival on March 20 in New Orleans, Beyond Wonderland on March 21 in San Bernardino, CA and Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas on May 15.
Alison Wonderland Temple of Wonderland 2020 @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
MAR 20, 2020 BUKU Music + Art Project New Orleans, LA
MAR 21, 2020 Beyond Wonderland SoCal San Bernardino, CA
MAY 15, 2020 Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV
SEPT 15, 2020 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO
Full routing here: https://alisonwonderland.com/#shows
2019 saw Wonderland take her famed Wonderland Warehouse Project worldwide. A series of raucous underground warehouse parties, Wonderland first debuted the project in her native homeland of Australia in 2014. The 2019 tour included stops in Japan, Germany, Russia and beyond. Wonderland also released several tracks last year, including collaboration track “TIME” with New Zealand born electronic/trap artist, Quix and her solo track “Peace,” in which DJ Mag raved, “Equal parts brooding and beautiful, ‘Peace’ is big and bold…Its’ the sound of emotional liberation filtered through booming bass and a catchy-as-hell chorus.” Most recently, Wonderland was featured on multiple “Best Of” Decade lists and graced the cover of Billboard’s 2019 Dance issue. Wonderland is currently working on new music for release very soon.
Just last week, Wonderland released bittersweet indie cut “Bummed” with Chet Porter. Together, Wonderland and Porter have crafted something inherently catchy, with its toe-tapping drum beat and hazy melodies. Dancing Astronaut declares, “Through a cloud of Porter and Wonderland’s dissonant vocals, hazy mallets shine through the fast-paced percussive atmosphere with a bed of lush, sustained synths. In the last leg of the track, we’re introduced to a serenading high-pitched flute-like synth that lifts the energy.”