Wonderfruit Goes Big on Its Ethos, Introduces Sustainability Pavilion Showcasing an Array of Unique Experiences Created by Like-Minded Cross-Cultural Communities
Wonderfruit, Thailand’s pioneering, sustainable, cross-cultural, live celebration of art, music and ideas has revealed some final ground-breaking additions that Wonderers can experience in the Fields this December.
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With diverse, genre-bending line-up such as Richie Hawtin, Roots Manuva, Wild Beasts, Chronixx & Zincfence Redemption, Craig Richards, and many others, Wonderfruit is sure putting themselves at a whole different spectrum compared to other regular festival. This fourth installment of Wonderfruit which will take place at The Fields at Siam Country Club, Pattaya, Thailand (14-17 December 2017) returns with an upgraded ethos and meaningful sustainability initiatives.
Unlike any other its competitors, Wonderfruit provides various of interactive daytime activities for their visitors (or Wonderers as they call it) of all ages in Camp wonder, The FARMacy, and Wonder Garden. Another installment you might want to explore at Wonderfruit will be the Sustainability Pavilion which his an interactive exhibition space which will feature various of art installations crafted using innovative techniques and sustainable materials. These unique features are Wonderfruit’s living proof on their progress on its fundamental ethos of sustainability and community.
This time Wonderfruit has joined Plastic Pollution Coalition (PPC), a growing alliance working towards a world free of plastic pollution as their stand on making major changes to the environment. They’re doing this by encouraging Wonderers to bring their own bamboo or steel flasks and bottles as they’ll be quite strict with their policy on not allowing single-use plastic within the festival area. Meanwhile all food will be served on compostable tableware and drinks will be poured into cups made of bagasse, the fibre that remains after sugarcane stalks anre crushed to extract their juice. Interesting right?
Wonderfruit itself is produced by Thai-based SCRATCH FIRST, which seeks to provide a platform for creative cultures to come together and to be a catalyst for positive change. SCRATCH FIRST is a global pioneer in experiential movements, responsible for Asia’s first entry into the transformational lifestyle festival arena. It leads the way with stunningly built environments, highly curated festival offerings, and socially conscious and eco-friendly policies.
So if you’re thinking on where to spend your end of year holidays? Why not Wonderfruit? Great experience awaits while at the same time encouraging people to save our beloved earth!