Japanese Wallpaper, DUNE RATS join Wonderland Festival lineup
To be joined by Slim's Jamboree winners, Three Hands One Hoof.
Our fave WA summer festival, Wonderland, is under a month away. While that might be hard to believe - where'd you go 2016 amirite? - it's also a cause for celebration because some good times and summer sunshine is headed our way. Having already announced the bulk of their lineup a couple of months back (Flight Facilities, Hayden James, The Jungle Giants, Asta, Skegss), today they've added three new artists to the bill in Japanese Wallpaper, DUNE RATS, and the Jack Rabbit Slim's Jamboree winner, Three Hands One Hoof.
Those three new acts also join the recently announced WASTELANDS stage, a dark and dirty rave cave for the bass inclined, which will host Aryay (OWSLA), Quix (NZ) and Enschway (Syd) along with a bunch of rad local producers and DJs.
In addition to the lineup being finalised, Wonderland has announced what else to expect on the day. The festival has always prided itself on being more than just some bands on a stage, and for a full day of fun at new venue Kitchener Park in Subiaco, get down early to experience:
The Village Marketplace: A bohemian marketplace of goods, services, and workshops, including Massage, The Henna Tent, Hair Salon & Beauty Bar, Freedom Fairies Face & Body Painting, Tarot & Palm Card Readers, Jewellery, Hats, Meditation, local fashion labels, coffee carts, raw food and more.
Beer Land: An oasis of craft beer bars, featuring four of our finest Perth-born craft beer breweries - Feral, Monteiths, Matilda Bay and Gage Roads.
Silent Disco: Leading the charge on the channels will be crew from Lab Six, EMAS, Hideout and Chamber.
Local Food Trucks: Greek Street Eats, The Merrywell Food Truck, Pash Frozen Yoghurt, and loads more.
Trash Talks & Carbon Neutral Event Initiatives: Back again after last year, the Trash Talks initiative will allow you to can exchange empty cans for drink tokens, plus for the first time Wonderland will be a fully carbon neutral event. Which means they'll be tracking all carbon emissions created during Wonderland, incl. flights for performers, artist transport, catering, hotel accommodation, waste and paper/printing, and purchase enough offsets to compensate for these figures.