Preview: Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland at The Anthem
On Friday, February 22, Dillon Francis, Alison Wonderland and Diablo are set to stop at The Anthem for their “Lost My Mind” tour. This eclectic group of artists are bound to deliver a high energy set that covers a vast spectrum of EDM subgenres.
To open the show, 22 year old Sebastian Baldeon, also known as Diablo is set to command the stage with his high energy, hip hop influenced beats. He’s widely known for his work with major rap artists such as Ski Mask the Slump God, Lil Yachty and Lil Pump. Baldeon is most popularly known for co-writing and producing Lil Pump’s track, “Boss.” This track as a springboard toward opportunities to work with other rap artists like Kodak Black and Lil Xan.
Alexandra Sholler, more commonly known as Alison Wonderland, is set to grace DC with her signature electropop sounds. Sholler continues to blaze a trail through the EDM scene with her legendary tracks and uniquely stacked EP’s. Her massive Spotify and Soundcloud influence has been a staple in many die-hard EDM fans playlists since her debut in 2013 with her debut single, “Get Ready.” Since then, her deep trap and bass influenced sound has produced tracks such as “I Want U” featuring Djemba Djemba and her pop influenced piece “Messiah.” Her massive following and devoted fan base propels her hype forward with seemingly unstoppable force.
Dillon Francis, a Los Angeles native, is next to take the stage with his legendary bouncy, moombahton sounds. Francis first rose to EDM fame after working with Diplo on their track “Que Que”. He quickly followed suit, creating the legendary song “I.D.G.A.F.O.S,” a track that echoes throughout big house sets to this day. In 2014, Francis released his collaboration with DJ Snake, “Get Low” and showed the world what true Moombahton sounds like. Today, Francis has been dropping heavier tracks with deep, glitchy basslines and striking vocals. His collaboration with Alison Wonderland, aptly titled “Lost My Mind” features this sound heavily and has already become a staple in recent tour sets. Through the years, Francis has been headlining festivals such as Snowglobe, Greatest Day Ever, Breakaway and even the legendary Mad Decent Block Parties. As phenomenal reviews pour in about the “Lost My Mind” Tour,” The Anthem patiently awaits as February 22 inches closer each day. This coveted show is not to be missed so make sure to snag tickets for you and your friends.