As the buzz continues to build in anticipation of the release of platinum-selling DJ and producer, Dillon Francis and Aussie superstar Alison Wonderland’s forthcoming collaboration track, the pair announces the Lost My Mind Tour — a 2019 U.S. co-headline tour. In addition to Francis and Wonderland’s solo headline sets during the tour, the pair will join forces on stage to host an exclusive back-to-back set each night.
The Lost My Mind Tour will kick off on January 31 in Madison, WI, and includes stops at Houston’s Revention Music Center on February 8 and Marathon Music Works in Nashville on February 17. The tour concludes on February 23 in Pittsburgh at Stage AE. See full itinerary below. A ticket pre-sale for fans will begin on November 26 at 10am PT, followed by a Spotify pre-sale on November 28 at 10am local time. The general on-sale launching at 10am local time on November 30. For first access to tickets and more info, visit LostMyMindTour.com.
Buzz has been building around Francis and Wonderland’s forthcoming collaboration track, which the pair teased during their respective performances at EDC Orlando. The Lost My Mind Tour announcement follows a wildly successful year for both artists. It’s no secret that Dillon Francis has had a monumental 2018 surrounding the release of his second album, ‘WUT WUT’, which featured multiple releases leading up to the album alongside some of the biggest names in Latin music including De La Ghetto, Arcangel, Fuego, Residente and many more. Francis has opened up a lane for himself in another global market reaching a predominantly Spanish-speaking and/or bilingual audience that has long embraced dance music. Francis’ latest commercial release “White Boi” (feat. Lao Ra) was met with much excitement, immediately debuting in the Top 40 at Mexico’s Spanish Pop radio upon its release. This year has also brought Francis numerous career milestones, including nominations for both a Latin American Music Award and Latin GRAMMY Award respectively for his collaboration with Puerto Rican superstar, Residente on their song, “Sexo.”