Potponed in December due to the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej theWonderfruit Festival has moved to new dates from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th February 2017, at The Fields at Siam Country Club, Pattaya, Thailand.
The 3rd annual Wonderfruit Festival, Thailand's sustainable, eco-friendly, cross-cultural live celebration of art, music and life, is held in plantation fields at Siam Country, Pattaya, Thailand around 150 kilometers (two hours drive) southeast of Bangkok.
The first acts announced are Rudimental, Lianne La Havas, Young Father, Kate Simko, London Electronic Orchestra and more.
First wave ticket pricing begins at 4,800 baht for an adult 4-day pass, which includes general camping. Luxurious boutique and RV camping is available for booking and hotel packages are also available.
Entry for children aged 12 and under is free but they will receive wristbands upon check-in with parent or guardian. Under 12s trying to enter without an accompanying adult will be turned away.
Wonderfruit is a 4-day celebration of immersive arts, including arts, music, family, farm to feasts, talks & workshops and wellness & adventures. It's a beautiful festival with heavy emphasis on art, traditional Thai food & culture and wellness.
Wonderfruit uses a cashless payment system on site. But ATMs are available at various locations around the site, should you want to withdraw cash to use to top up your wristband.
Regular shuttle services will be available for a small charge between central Pattaya and Wonderfruit, throughout the event. To get to Pattaya, there are a number of options to suit all budgets from all over Thailand, including Bangkok city and airport. Buses, trains and minivans run from a number of locations and booking information and travel times are available online.
More information will be here when available.
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