There’s no denying that Alison Wonderland is one of the reigning queens of electronic music. Not only did she sell out her first ever headlining Red Rocks show, but she was also listed no. 36 on the Billboard Dance 100 Artists of 2019. She was also recently featured on the cover of a special edition of the Billboard Dance issue alongside influential female artists Rezz and Tokimonsta.
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My first Red Rocks show went on sale this morning & sold out in under 5 minutes. I can not believe this. I know I keep talking about this but FYI I wanted to pull out of this show before we announced it Cos I didn’t think anyone would buy tickets & it was my dream venue so I didn’t want to be disappointed or sad. I can’t believe it. I’m gonna make this so epic. I really cant believe this. I won’t let u down
“I’m going to look at it in a positive way. I don’t want to be negative about this subject because the more people do that the more negativity it attracts. I think there are more women in this list year by year. The gap is slowly getting bridged. A few years ago it was hard to convince people that you were legitimate, and there was a lot of sexism going on.”
We are so incredibly inspired by Alison Wonderland. Not only has she made a huge name for herself, but she also encourages other women to do the same.
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