Alice In Wonderland’s 150th Un-Birthday Steampunk Mad Tea Party

The Official After Party for the Summer 2015 Northeast Comic Con will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Woburn MA celebrating the 150th anniversary of the first publishing of Lewis Carroll‘s  “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” … a party merging literature, cosplay, dance, science and alcohol to create the experiential environment Steampunk Mad Tea Party.


WEMF, geekbeat radio and Boston 8-Bit present a spectacular show of diverse entertainment for an 18+ drinking, dancing, seeing and being seen scene featuring live music from HUMANWINE, Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, Sam Mulligan and James Landino.  Add to that a special premiere teaser of “Spidercult – The Musical,” cosplay contests, Clif Bars and other snacks and surprises … and the evening will be a blast of the past merged with technology of the future that you will want to have pictures of so you know it really happened.


Come in your finest or weirdest Steampunk attire or Mad Hats to win prizes.


Advance tickets on sale now for $25 … limited admissions  … this may sell out in advance.




“HUMANWINE makes music that dances between raindrops, sending up green shoots between the broken cobblestones of folk, punk, mythology and open revolt. It is a soundtrack to broken rules and mutant genres, evoking a world that skips over the Age of Oil and all its cruelties, stitching together a patchwork of past and future, a do-it-yourself apocalypse that is strangely utopian.” – Dan Abbott


Listed in “The Steampunk Bible – An Illustrated Guide to the World of Imaginary Airships, Corsets and Goggles, Mad Scientists, and Strange Literature”

Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys

Soft Time Traveler – OUT NOWiTunes   BandCamp  Spotify  SoundCloud

Recent #1 on Hype Machine, featured in American Songwriter, The Boston Globe, Filter, Relix, Spinner

What people are saying about Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys

“Musically sophisticated and immensely talented, wildly unusual and diverse in material and presentation, a Dada-esque circus carnival run amuck, and just plain good ‘not-always-so-clean’ fun.” Boston Survival Guide


Sam Mulligan

“Sam Mulligan is the awesomest awesome to ever awesome. Famous (or should be!) for combining awesome Game Boy bleep bloops with awesome guitar riffage and awesomely hilarious lyrics, he’ll awesome your awesome right off with his awesome. tl;dr – Sam is pretty cool.” – Brandon L. Hood of


James Landino

“Teleporting in from the game studio that brought you Rock Band, video game composer and electronic DJ James Landino is a leading force in the digital music generation. When he’s not composing music for Harmonix’s next big rhythm game, James is performing at packed venues across the east coast including MAGFest, Pax East, and Play it Loud. Utilizing all 4 turntable decks, James creates infinite video game and dance music mashups that hype the crowd to unmatched levels. 2015 has already proven to be a major year with releases on electronic labels GameChops and Audiophile Live.”


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