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    Alison Wonderland’s Warehouse Project tour just got even bigger


    If you were salty that Alison Wonderland wasn’t heading west for her upcoming ‘Scarehouse’ tour, fear not. The Aussie export has now added three more shows to the December tour, including full scale Warehouse parties in Hobart and Adelaide and a huge gig at the Belvoir Amphitheatre in Perth.

    She’ll be bringing along most of the guests from the East Coast leg of the Scarehouse tour, including Harlem rapper A$AP Ferg, Norwegian producer Lido, Party Favor, and Danger. Check out all the dates and details below.

    All acts on the line-up are exclusive to the Scarehouse tour, so you’ll need to get in quick if you want to catch them. Tickets for the Adelaide, Perth, and Hobart shows go on sale this Thursday, October 5.

    The post Alison Wonderland’s Warehouse Project tour just got even bigger appeared first on inthemix.


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