Foreverland goes on tour




 Foreverland is the realm of the surreal where your inner child can come out to play… immaturity is advised.

Foreverland has announced dates for a national tour across eight major cities, including Bournemouth. With previous DJ and live performers including, Stormzy, My Nu Leng, Monki, Preditah, Blonde and more, quality music is guaranteed. Featuring stunning, immersive, themed décor, incredible circus acts, theatrical displays and an adult playground with giant inflatables and games, Foreverland promises a magical adventure through music, time and space, where you can grow old without growing up. Immaturity is advised. Tickets are available for just £10 – £15 in advance from www.theforeverland.com

Since launching in Bournemouth just two and a half years ago, Foreverland has quickly developed a reputation as one of clubland’s most enthralling and enjoyable events.

Foreverland creator Connor Scanlon said: “We can’t wait to take Foreverland on tour. Our production is going to be bigger and better than ever. When you step into our world you step back into the magic and wonderment of childhood, and of course we throw in a healthy shot of fun, debauchery and a quality soundtrack to make a trip to Foreverland something you’ll never forget.”

Foreverland has also been invited to be part of various festivals, from Budafest, to El Dorado to the forthcoming Bestival on September 7.

Tickets are now on sale for Foreverland (venues are TBC, dates may still be subject to change). The rest of 2017 will see Foreverland will take place in Bristol, Glasgow, Southampton, Manchester, Birmingham, Brighton, Bournemouth and Leeds, while dates lined up for 2018 include Cardiff, London, Newcastle, Nottingham, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Exeter. Come join the fun at the world’s most magical club night.



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