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Thailand's Wonderfruit Festival reimagined as sustainable pop-up city

Four Tet, Craig Richards, Willow, The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band, Maft Sai, Electric Vocuhila and Sarathy Korwar are among the acts set to play a reimagined Wonderfruit Festival. The Thailand event returns from Thursday, December 12th to Monday, December 16th as a sustainable pop-up city to inspire global citizens for positive change.

The Fields At Siam Country Club in Pattaya will be the setting for a celebration of art, music, food and ideas to catalyse positive global impact. Expect art, architecture, music, family, farm to feasts, talks, workshops and wellness activities at its sixth edition.


Other acts confirmed include Antal, Beardyman, Raphäel Top-Secret, John Gómez, Tiny Giant, KMLN, Alfa Mist, The Sorry Entertainer, Powder, Floating Points, Daddy G (Massive Attack), Sonja Moonear, Nick The Record and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy. Ed Banger and Erased Tapes will present label takeovers.

The 24-hour musical programme will be complimented by a cluster of villages connected by social spaces. A main stage is replaced in favour of a Living Village with music, dining options and workshops in a new interactive area assembled from recycled plastic materials and designed to offer new ways to touch, taste, hear, see and feel the world around us.

The Molam Bus will be a party of authentic Molam performances to celebrate the Isaan way that influences so much of Thai culture while Scratch Talks’ takeover of the Eco Pavilion will challenge and change how we view the world. Bangkok-based conceptual artist Ruangsak Anuwatwimon will examine our relationship with water through natural sciences and Rattapon Sanrak will talk about weed legalisation.

For tickets and details go to wonderfruit.co.

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