This year's edition of Wonderfruit Festival boasts a couple of interesting acts — namely UK drum and bass group Rudimental, Scottish hip-hop trio Young Fathers, multi-ethnic collective Junun Featuring Shye Ben Tzur & The Rajasthan Express, along with a host of dance and rock acts that are wonderfully suitable for the festival's illuminated outdoor atmosphere.
The festival has recently added in singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas, indie rock duo Buke And Gase, psych-country outfit Blitzen Trapper, producer Eric Volta and more to their growing line-up. Check out the full list of names so far, although Young Fathers, who were originally announced with the festival this year, are suspiciously missing from it.
Happening from 15th to 18th December, Wonderfruit Festival will take place at The Fields at Siam Country Club in Pattaya, Thailand, so you'll need to start planning your itinerary very soon. However, if you're not one to meticulously map out your overseas festival travels, Gig Life Asia has made it easier for you to enjoy the four-day festival.
The live music website is currently offering three tiers of travel packages that are pretty comprehensive — roundtrip flights, hotel accommodation, private bus transfers and onsite food credit, starting from SG$900 to SG$1600.
UPDATE: It has been reported that Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood will be joining his collaborators Junun Featuring Shye Ben Tzur & The Rajasthan Express for their performance at Wonderfruit Festival.
Check out the full packages here, and you purchase individual tickets on Wonderfruit's official website.
Watch the festival's official pre-event video for 2016 here: