WOMAD - the Eden Session 2004

Friday 27th August 2004
Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell, Cornwall, PL24 2SG, England MAP
£27.50 (children £15)
last updated: Thu 19th Aug 2004

A special evening of music and dance, this WOMAD event at the Eden Project in Cornwall is open from 7pm until midnight.

"A SUMMER’S NIGHT OF MUSIC" featuring: SHOW OF HANDS (UK), SUSANA BACA (Peru), THE CAT EMPIRE (Australia), ASERE (Cuba), LAYE SOW (Senegal), DREAMCATCHER (UK), plus DJ sets from DREADZONE SOUND SYSTEM (UK), and CHARLIE GILLETT (UK).

Featuring live performances from the inventive and soulful Cuban 7-piece ASERE; a specially commissioned "soundscape" from David Lowe of DREAMCATCHER; traditional and soulful Senegalese vocals from LAYE SOW; award-winning acoustic-roots from SHOW OF HANDS; the beautiful, emotive voice of Peru's SUSANA BACA and a fusion of hip-hop, Latin, jazz, ska and reggae from one of Australia's funkiest bands THE CAT EMPIRE.

There will be DJ sets from BBC London 94.9FM and World Service DJ CHARLIE GILLETT who will be playing some of his favourite tunes from around the world on the Moroccan Terrace, and the DREADZONE SOUND SYSTEM will be spinning their 21st century dub in the Link Building.

There are no camping facilities available - contact St Austell Tourist Information Centre (01726 879500) or Cornwall tourist Board Call Centre (01872 322900 or email tourism@cornwallenterprise.co.uk) for accomodation information.

Getting There
BUSES: run daily from St Austell & Newquay
TRAINS: nearest station is St Austell - buses connect with most mainline rail services
CAR: east of St Austell, signposted from the A30, A390 and A391

Friday 27th August 2004
Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell, Cornwall, PL24 2SG, England MAP
£27.50 (children £15)
last updated: Thu 19th Aug 2004


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