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This is a last chance to get your hands on a 4-Day Full Pass for Wonderfruit this year

The limited 72-hour sale takes place from Monday 12 to Thursday 15 September

  • Mixmag Asia Crew
  • 6 September 2022
This is a last chance to get your hands on a 4-Day Full Pass for Wonderfruit this year

Asia’s playground for adults, Wonderfruit, has just announced its final round of ticket sales that will take place on Monday 12 September at 7pm (GMT+7) and end on Thursday, 15 September at 7pm (GMT+7).

The 72-hour sale is your last chance to get your hands on a 4-Day Full Pass, giving you access to The Fields’ wondrous line-up and mind-shaping activities.

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This should be taken as a reminder that with the festival’s limited capacity, this final round of ticket sales is expected to sell out. If there are any remaining unsold tickets, they will be sold at the door for THB 15,000. Other passes available at a later date sale will be limited quotas of Weekend and Sunday passes, and Teen and Dog passes — but no more 4-Day Full Passes.

Our advice to you is not waiting until the big day on December 9, or ringing up your DJ mates for a last minute request on their guest list.

Amongst the immense line-up already announced, some of our favourite musical highlights penned for this year’s fruity adventure include live performances from Asian pioneering artists like Soichi Terada from Japan, Batavia Collective from Indonesia, homegrown producer Chalo and Yumiko Moriaka performing her kankyō ongaku album ‘Resonance’ in tandem with a tea ceremony, lead by her violinist daughter Lana. Mind you, these are just a few of our favourites, amongst the many we’ll be gyrating to.

In all it’s glorious manner, we’re just as excited for the return of the immersively spectacular Polygon stage — the 3D sound and light experience that encapsulates one’s mind, body and soul will host live encounters with Viken Arman, okuma, Lui Matufa, Riyoon and Pantha du Prince, as well as DJs like Gerra G, Franca and Mamazu.

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Beyond the music, Mixmag Asia’s fervour for wellness and gastronomy in the music space has once again been taken seriously by the Wonderfruit team; Devrim Zahir is one of Thailand’s three certified Wim Hof instructors, and he’ll be conducting cold-temperate breathwork sessions for the time on The Fields. Also debuting at the festival is Patom Organic Living who aim to bring you an experience around terpenes, the less spoken about element of cannabis, that is now wonderfully and legally available in dispensaries across Thailand; the terpene-inspired experiences will take place “via an organic bar and workshops around creating colours and cocktails with a dash of yoga and dance”.

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Now, if you’re not a ticket holder yet, here’s what you need to know to make the most of the four-day extravaganza at the end of the year — you know you deserve to gift yourself some splendour and wonder after the arduous journey the pandemic has taken us all through.

Just like the first 72-hour round of sales (from which we heard the allocated tickets sold out in less than 48 hours), tickets will start at THB 8,000. The price will increase by THB 1,000 every 24 hours, and they will stop selling tickets when the price reaches THB 10,000 72 hours later, or if we reach capacity.

Everything you need to know is right here. We repeat, this will be your last chance to grab a 4-Day Full Pass, so mark your calendars for next Monday, September 12.

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