Sweeping across cities in the U.S., the ‘Lost My Mind Tour’ courtesy of powerhouse artists Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis is winding down the showdowns with just two stops left. Their upcoming takeover in Washington D.C. is sure to be a blowout, as the penultimate night is going to rally up more rowdiness than fans could ever imagine.
The two producers compliment each other quite well, as their quirky humor and down right charming personalities transition seamlessly into their roaring live performances. Well known around the world for pouring emotion into her live sets and surrounding fans with unconditional love, Alison has come fully equipped with her soulful Awake album to mix in front of fans, whilst Dillon is on par with his recent Wut Wut album that has been a Latin Pop soundtrack.
Thus far, crowds have witnessed not only mind-bending solo sets by Alison and Dillon, but especially wild B2B moments where the two continue to throw down their “Lost My Mind” collaboration track. Those in attendance for Friday’s show at The Anthem in Washington D.C. can expect to be enraptured by plenty of filthy bass booming from the speakers, nonstop stamina up on stage, and trap-infused explosiveness all around. The stunning waterfront venue is an idealistic home for the incomparable evening, without a doubt rounding up a crowd of thousands who travelled from far and wide to experience this brilliant night.
It’s safe to say by the time this co-headlining tour comes to a close, it will have been one of the most memorable ones 2019 had to offer. Embarking on this journey was a dream come true for heaps of electronic fans across the nation, and the duo has exceeded expectations leaving unforgettable memories to last a lifetime.
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