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Xstatic Wonderland Festival

Belmore Park
Belmore Park
Eddy Avenue, Haymarket NSW 2000

Saturday 22 October from 11am to 10pm


Adult: $119Child: $59

"We're all mad here." You’re Welcome!

Because we have all been down the rabbit hole through these isolating times, we are creating a Wonderland for you to unleash, dust off those dancing shoes and dress up as your favourite Alice in Wonderland character.

This is a 1-day festival experience including a giant co-created Mad Hatters tea party, 3 Xstatic Sunsets themed stages with live music, DJ’s, performers along with comedy, magic, fun games and a theatrical rabbit hole tunnel experience!

Choose your adventure

Option 1: Join the Mad Hatters Tea Party from midday to 4pm for a musical and theatrical stage show including our Welcome to Country and costume parades! Choose to go VIP with it all laid on or co-create your own tea party (tables and chairs are provided).

Option 2: Arrive after the tea party from 4pm to enjoy the festival across 3 stages, including fun Wonderland games and go down our 50 rabbit hole!

Including headline acts; King Tide, Goldheist, Kid Kenobi and Mood Swing and Chevy base, along with a host of local DJ's playing music from across all genres there will be something for everyone. Plus a huge drum circle!

Play Flamingo Croquet, Giant Chess, Badminton and help piece together a Wonderland jigsaw puzzle! Have a laugh at comedy as you enjoy an alcohol free cocktail. Check out our range of mad market stalls! Be mesmerised by roving magicians and performers!

It's going to be out of this world!

About the organiser

Xstatic Sunsets is a NFP social impact event business on a mission to inspire a more healthy party culture. Creating high production themed parties and festivals without alcohol and drugs to remind people how much fun we can have sober. Creating a safe and inclusive space for anyone to party, including families. Where you dress up and co-create the experience for everyone to let go, dance and connect. Learn more about Xstatic Sunsets purpose.

What you need to know

  • This is an alcohol-free and inclusive all-ages event - families are welcome. Be prepared to dress up, get creative and have fun at the ultimate reconnection celebration!

  • To join the tea party you can choose between VIP with it all laid on including table decor tea and cakes or you can choose to co-create your own tea party setting (tables & chairs are included) and bring your own table cloth, tea, cakes and table decor! Not glass or metal cutlery is permitted. A prize will be given for the most outrageous tea party setting!

  • Healthy food (meat and vegan), alcohol-free beverage options (beers, wine and cocktails!) and drink options including coffee, cacao and juices will be available. No liquids will be allowed in the venue.

  • We are an inclusive event for everyone irrespective of your vaccine choice.

Covid-safe information

The golden rule is not to attend if your are feeling unwell or begin to feel symptoms. I you are a close contact or are concerned please get a COVID test before attending.

Contact event organiser

Xstatic Sunsets



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