Wonderfruit Festival has announced ticketing details for this year’s event, which is set to take place in December in Thailand.
Organisers have revealed that they will be limiting the number of tickets they sell, in order to create more focused programming and extend the experience beyond the four days of the festival, as well as for safety reasons.
The team behind Wonderfruit also highlighted a cautious optimism with the festival returning. In a post on the festival’s website, organisers said: “For some of us, life might feel back to normal – but the pandemic is still very real and with what we have all been through in the last two years, we’re acutely aware and conscious of the responsibility at hand.
“We are hopeful and optimistic, but we are also cautious in our approach to Wonderfruit 2022 and producing an event of this scale and size.”
Tickets for the festival will go on sale on July 18 via ticketing platform Ticketmelon.
Other changes have been made to the way the event has traditionally been ticketed. The first phase of ticket sales will only be available for 72 hours, twice. Then, every 24 hours, the price will increase by THB500 (£12/€14/$14). Tickets start at THB6,000 and can go up to THB7,000.
The second 72-hour window does not yet have a confirmed date, but will come later in July.
Organisers have also said that they will host a private sale for previous attendees and information will be sent directly to those past guests.
Wonderfruit Festival will run from December 15-18 at The Fields at Siam Country Club in Pattaya. This year’s line-up is yet to be announced but past acts include Four Tet, Floating Points and Massive Attack’s Daddy G.