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Rudimental and Young Fathers to headline this year’s Wonderfruit

Scroll down your Pinterest feeds and search for perfect vintage outfits. The annual hipster-favorite Wonderfruit makes it come back this year from 15-18 December at Siam Country Club in Pattaya.  

Scratch First, the people behind this eco-friendly art-meet-music festival, has announced the first wave of exciting music line-ups. The highlight includes Thailand-debut gig by Brit-award winning Rudimental, and Scottish hip-hop trios, Young Fathers. Adding up the excitement will be the world-music tunes of Junun featuring Shye Ben Tzur & The Rajastan Express and the eclectic sounds of American deejays, Wolf + Lamb. Also set to stir up the crowds are local names like Rasmee Isaan Soul, Srirajah Rockers, and DJ Dragon.

Of course, Wonderfruit wouldn’t be Instagram-worthy without the art. The festival keeps it real to its nature-friendly philosophy by showcasing larger-than-life stages and art installations, featuring basic and quirky materials, like bamboo, fishing nets, and rice. The highlights include Farm Stage, a rice-covered pavilion and an art exhibition by British and Thai talents hosted by The British Council. Nang Sakun Talung will appear with a shadow puppet performance. 

Not to miss are yoga sessions by Danny Paradise and Anastasis, along with muay-thai class by Buakaw. More gigs, activities, and food line-up will be announced soon.

The early-bird 4-day pass packages are on sale now online, ranging from basic camping accommodation (B20,000) to deluxe safari tents (B40,000).


By: Phavitch Theeraphong


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