Xstatic Wonderland Sober Dance Music Festival – City Hub Sydney

What do you do with your typical plans on a weekend? For many IIn a country that is certainly robust in alcohol consumption, the idea of The largest sober dance festival – Xstatic Wonderland might be unattractive. But instead of alcohol, think creativity, inclusion and... yoga trance drum magic band and maybe even some bubbles, soapy kind.

The theme of a “wonderland” has an instant and timeless appeal.

Like we’ve all been down the rabbit hole through COVIDwWe create a wonderland for people to escape from the real world and let loose to dance, dress up and reconnect,” mentioned Xstatic Sunsets Jasp founderuh Vallance, a veteran party planner involved in burning man.

During this time of COVID, we have all been bombarded with information about the mental health costs of isolation and increased alcohol consumption. Although launched before the pandemic, Xstatic Sunsets, a registered non-profit organization, seeks to bring sober fun through dance, creativity and individualism“, said Vallance. All proceeds go at parmering with schools oneD other establishments for promote the creation sober events.

A few years ago, Vallance realized that there was more to the party than drunkenness. After a sober dance party, the participants can enjoy feeling good for days” he says. “Until now, there was simply no space to really experience and enjoy it as an option. At our events you just get a lot of experience and the costumes really help break the ice and break the fear of judgement..”

In addition to dancing and other entertainment on two stages, the Wonderland event includes a tea party, where guests can build their own or have it provided by the organizers.

Scheduled for April 30 at Belmore Park (delayed several times due to COVID and weather), “Xstatic Wonderland” promises to be an unusual event and memorable Event. Participants are encouraged to dress up as characters from Alice in Wonderlandwith Vallance as MC Mad Hatter.

“It’s going to be epically crazy on so many levels,” he said. “Now the big question is, who Alice in Wonderland are you going to dress up as a character? »

April 30. Belmore Park. $79 to $209 + breakfast Tickets and information: www.events.humanitix.com

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