Nothing compares to a Solar Stage celebration at dawn. Photographs courtesy of Wonderfruit Festival
As 2017 reached its end, music lovers gathered at The Fields in Siam Country Club near Pattaya. They were there for Wonderfruit, one of the year’s biggest music and arts festivals. Between December 14 and 17, festival-goers witnessed a fabulous celebration of music, art and international culture.
Wonderfruit had something for everybody – interesting workshops, inspiring art and great food and drink. But the main attraction was, of course, the music.
Wonderfruit 2017 boasted a fantastic line-up. Major international acts like British rapper Roots Manuva, Canadian electronic artist Richie Hawtin and English indie-pop band Wild Beasts featured alongside local favourites such as Singto Numchok, Rasmee Isan Soul and Yellow Fang.
S Weekly was there to join in all the fun. Here are some photos capturing the highlights of the latest Wonderfruit.
The festival logo.
Techno legend Richie Hawtin shows The Quarry stage how it’s done.
The Angkorn Fire Show & LED performance.
Pym Piyamas performs a special electronic set with her band Yellow Fang.
English soul singer Izzy Bizu salutes the sunset at the Solar Stage.
Colourful festival-goers enjoy the party atmosphere.
British hip-hop legend Roots Manuva rocks the Living Stage.
Molam singer Rasmee Isan Soul captivates the audience.
English synth-pop group Wild Beasts play Wonderfruit as part of their final tour before disbanding.
Early morning exercises.
Families have fun paddleboarding on the lake.