Womadelaide 2011

Friday 11th to Monday 14th March 2011
Botanic Park, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
4 day pass AUS$275 (approximately £160)
daily capacity: 20000
last updated: Mon 17th Jan 2011

WOMAD returns to the Botanic Park, Adelaide, in South Australia to celebrate its 20th year there, and is held from Friday 11th to Monday 14th March 2011 as part of the WWOMAD series of music festivals. WOMAD events are a showcase of all different sorts of music, arts and dance for 20,000 people per day.

Line-up

WOMADelaide features a line-up of international artists including Martha Wainwright, Afro Celt Sound System, The Creole Choir of Cuba, Hanggai, Rango, Nitin Sawhney, Alan Kelly Quarte, Angus & Julia Stone, Omar Souleyman, Rajendra Prasanna, Afro Mandinko, Amadou & Mariam, Ana Moura, Asa, Bob Brozman, Calypso Rose, Dereb The Ambassador, Don Letts, Faiz Ali Faiz, Féfé, The Gadflys, Horace Andy and Dub Asante, Imelda May, Joanna Newsom, Leigh Warren & Dancers "Breathe", Luka Bloom, Norman Jay, Seu Jorge & Alma, Sidestepper, and Tanya Tagaq. For the full announced line-up see below.

Tickets

A four day adult pass is priced at AUS$275 (approximately £160). To buy tickets, click here.

On site

The festival also has ATM machines, and a global village of merchandise stalls and workshops for adults and children.

Opening hours

Friday - gates open 4:30pm, performances are on from 6pm-1am.
Saturday - gates open at 11am, performances are on from midday-1am.
Sunday - gates open at 11am, performances are on from midday-midnight.
Monday – gates open at 11am, performances are on from midday-midnight.

Accommodation

This is a non-camping event, Adelaide offers a range of accommodation options, and is on international flight routes.

More information will be here when available.

Full list of acts announced 17 Hippies, Adam Page, Afro Celt Sound System, Afro Mandinko, Alan Kelly Quartet, Amadou And Mariam, Ana Moura, Angus And Julia Stone, Angus Watt, Archie Roach, Asa, Ash Grunwald, Band Of Brothers, Bob Brozman, Caliente Guitar Trio, Calypso Rose, Compagnie Ekart, Creole Choir Of Cuba, Dakhabrakha, Dereb The Ambassador, Don Letts, Dubmarine, Faiz Ali Faiz, Flags Of The Apy Lands, Féfé, The Gadflys, Gracie Spoon "The Tiger's Bride", Hanggai, Horace Andy & Dub Asante, Huri Duna Dancers, Imelda May, Joanna Newsom, Juan De Marcos Afro-Cuban All Stars, Le Phun "Les Gûmes", Leah Flanagan, Leigh Warren & Dancers "Breathe", Luka Bloom, Marshall Mcguire, Martha Wainwright, Murundak: "Songs Of Freedom", Nathalie Natiembé, The Necks, Nitin Sawhney, Norman Jay, Omar Souleyman, Os Mutantes, Rajendra Prasanna, Rango, Rhombus With Michel Tuffery, Roundabout Theatre Company "The Slow Show", Scrapartsmusic, The Shaolin Afronauts, Sidestepper, Space Invadas, Tanya Tagaq, Tawdry Heartburn's Manic Cures, Tim O'Brien's Two Oceans Trio, Whitireia Performing Arts, Wildbirds & Peacedrums With Voices, Woohoo Revue, The Yabu Band, andYasar Akpence Harem'De.

Friday 11th to Monday 14th March 2011
Botanic Park, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
4 day pass AUS$275 (approximately £160)
daily capacity: 20000
last updated: Mon 17th Jan 2011


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