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Event Archive - Where the Wild Things are IV: Applecat, Black Acid, Anchor Hill, illith

Sat. May 26th 2018 - Sat. May 26th 2018 Sunset Labs (No Minors)
9pm doors at 9pm
20.00 advance 25.00 at the door
Presented by: AppleCat

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Music: Electronic / DJ
Come and bring out your inner mystical creature......

We are proud to bring you the 4th annual "Where the Wild Things are" - AppleCat's yearly night of primal mystic celebration.
A night of Mythic Beasts, and Primal Creatures: Join us this evening adorned in furs and claws. Feather plumes, leather wings and unicorn horns.

Featuring mystic dancers, body painters, talented musicians and more; we encourage your beastly side to come roam the pavement Jungle of Downtown Victoria's sweetest spot; cavort with the wolves, dance with the dragons and feast on our decadent delights.

Which creature flows, slithers, prowls deep within your human exterior?

Costumes and beastly wares are muchly encouraged.

EARLY BIRD TIX 20.00 - purchase @ or interac email transfer to [email protected] with the pw "applecat"


Note: As it was the first "Where the Wild Things Are" when Charlie Wilson and AppleCat's first started seeing each other, all proceeds from this event will be going towards funding their wedding this coming August 5th.

A message from C and AC:

"This August we are gathering on Salt Spring Island with our beloved friends, family and community for a hand-fasting and wedding ritual. We are coming together in the spirit of celebrating love, to invite people deeper into our lives, and our shared vision of a better, more connected world.

But to make this happen, we're going to need a lot of help. As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a wedding.
As such, we are asking you all for support

This is not a spectator wedding, it is participatory and we would love it if folks could contribute in some way. Whether it's through gifting your time and talents (thank you to the artists of WTWTA!!), a monetary gift, or both!
Maybe you already bought a ticket to "Where the Wild Things are", maybe you're not able to attend but still want to contribute, or maybe you'd just like to help out with a little extra. It all helps and we are extremely grateful and touched by every dollar raised."

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NOW back to event information.

SoundScapes Provided By:

Black Acid -
Anchor Hill -
AppleCat -
iLLith -

Body Paint and Creature Transformation by Taylor Southin and TBA

Dance and Aerials by: Ira Sanderson, Kayla Healey, Tongue n' Cheek, and Rowynn Elizabeth of Omnika

Photographry by Gabrielle Bossin Photography

Visuals : TBA

Live Painting by TBA

Alcohol and Asshole free zone - unless you're a really funny, charming, and respectful asshole.

Where the Wild Things Are takes place on the unceded coast salish territories*. Please take the time to acknowledge and respect the first peoples and the land of which we dance upon

This is an LGBTQA inclusive, all race & gender inclusive, all walks of life, all peoples and creatures inclusive event.

*The term Coast Salish is used to encompass a number of Indigenous peoples, including Esquimalt, Hul’qumi’num, Klahoose, Lekwungen (Songhees), MALAXEt, Musqueam, OStlq’emeylem, Pentlatch, Scia’new (Beecher Bay), Sliammon, Shishalh, Skxwú7mesh-ulh Úxwumixw, Stó:lo, Straits, Tsleil-Waututh, T’Sou-ke, SÁNEĆ (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum), and Xwemalhkwu.


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Storyteller, beat weaver, poet, and vocalist, AppleCat was raised on the West Coast of Canada. Music is her number one passion since they day she was born. Poetry and grace, mixed with live mashup, reworking and mixed tempo sets bending the perception of "genre" and blending sweet melody, dirty deep bass with a little "je ne sais quoi." AppleCat... more info