Dillon Francis X Alison Wonderland


Sold Out: Dillon Francis X Alison Wonderland


Sunday, February 17

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$45.00 - $90.00

This event is all ages





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No refunds - No exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Valid government-issued photo ID required. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). Standing room only. No re-entry.

Dillon Francis
Dillon Francis
I'm Dillon Francis, I'm from Los Angeles. If you want to know more about me you can follow me @DILLONFRANCIS.. I love the Internet and pissing off your Mom and Dad (especially if they’re hippies).
Love You.
Dillon Francis
Alison Wonderland
Alison Wonderland
With a sound as big as her name is punny, Alison Wonderland is a Sydney-based EDM producer and DJ who began her music career on the opposite side of the spectrum, as a classically trained cellist. She spent a few years DJ'ing before releasing her debut single, "Get Ready," in 2013; then in 2014 she signed with the EMI label and released the ironically titled Calm Down. The EP earned accolades from tastemakers like Annie Mac and Diplo, and it featured the hit single "I Want U." A year later she released her debut album, Run, which featured guest spots from Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, Lido, and Slumberjack. The DJ celebrated the release with a series of launch parties at different strip bars dotted across Australia. Released in 2017, the single "Happy Place" revealed the first offering from Wonderland's follow-up album, Awake. An additional pair of 2018 singles, "Church" and "No," preceded the album's April release.

Sebastian Baldeon, better known to his fans as Diablo, is the latest producer and DJ to emerge from the South Florida grunge-rap scene. Cultivating a sound that combines hip-hop, punk, trash-metal, and EDM, this young phenom has already collaborated with legends such as Lil Pump, Smokepurrpp, and Wifisfuneral. Producing and co-writing Lil Pump’s “Boss” has put Diablo in the center of a revolution, one that The New York Times has called “the most vital and disruptive new movement in hip-hop, thanks to rebellious music, volcanic energy and occasional acts of malevolence.” The 22-year-old prodigy had his first gold single this year with “Boss”. He currently has more collaborations in the works with Lil Pump, as well as with Kodak Black, Smokepurpp and Lil Xan, just to name a few. With the rise of superstar producers, Diablo is considered a triple threat in the music game with his overpowering bass filled DJ sets and has made his demonic spirit felt on massive stages like the Mad Decent Block Party and a number of artists such as Rich The Kid, Wifisfuneral, Fat Nick and Ski Mask the Slump God just to name a few.