Wonderfruit finalises 2017 jam-packed music lineup

Thailand’s hotly anticipated festival Wonderfruit has revealed a complete jam-packed musical lineup.

Having restored out confidence with a statement that the program of their rescheduled event would remain largely intact, the Pattaya-based eco-conscious festival finalised this week the 60 plus artists geared up spread good vibes across its stages and social hideouts from February 16-19.

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Already confirmed acts like heavy-hitting Rudimental, hiphop trio Young Fathers, and synth pop’s up-and-comer Shura will be taking over The Living Stage. Joining them are Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra with their blend of live orchestral and electronic music and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas.

The Quarry, Wonderers’ favourite after-party destination, will be home to electronic sounds of English duo Simian Mobile Disco, tech house Turinese Yaya, IDMA-winning DJ Nicole Moudaber and enigmatic Berliner Headless Horseman.


This year’s Solar Stage is created by Gregg Fleishman, architect and artist known for his geometrically configured creations Burning Man. The stage will host the performances from Eric Volta, Sabo, YokoO, Wolf + Lamb, Norman Jay MBE, KMLN, Marc Antona, Akimbo and more.

Debuting this year, the Farm Stage will see acts like Buke and Gase, Superglasses Ska Ensemble, Yena, Sahai Hang Sailom, Srirajah Rockers, At Adau, Nang Talung Sakon Dharma and more.


More music from Luna City Express, Noxro and Uone will own the nights at luring party den Forbidden Fruit, where “Adam and Steve”, Wonderfruit’s first ever gay party hosted by, will also take place on Friday (Feb 17) night.

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At night, The Rainforest Pavilion is will delight revellers with some techno beats from Agent H, Alex Joy, Cabbit, Zig Zach, Fadi Alurk, Gary Hutchings, Halim Ardie, small&Tall Soundsystem featuring Swamy and David Brabbins and others.

Check out the complete music roster below.

Wonderfruit final lineup

The third edition of Wonderfruit takes place at The Fields, Siam Country Club, Pattaya from February 16-19. Beside music, visitors can expect stunning art installations and theatrical performances, over 30 engaging talks and workshops as well as wellness and outdoor activities.

Four-day passes are currently available for THB5,500. The price goes up to THB6,000 at door. Visit Wonderfruit’s website for more information on securing your tickets, travel, and accommodations.





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