WOMAD returns to the Botanic Park, Adelaide, in South Australia, and is held from Friday 7th to Monday 10th March 2014 as part of the WOMAD series of music festivals. WOMAD events are a showcase of all different sorts of music, arts and dance for 20,000 people per day.
The latest additions are Femi Kuti, and Neko Case.
They join Arrested Development, Billy Bragg, Breabach, Buika, Danyel Waro, Emel Mathlouthi, Living Room, Makana, Mokoomba, Ngaiire, Osaka Monaurail, Red Baraat, Sam Lee & Friends, Shanren, and Kutcha Edwards.
Peter Garrett, former Midnight Oil frontman and environmental enthusiast will be one of the many prominent speakers taking part in The Planet Talks program along with British barrister, author and activist Polly Higgins.
WOMADelaide features a line-up of international artists. The activity will take place across 7 performance stages, plus there will be hands on fun for kids, visual exotica, strolling performers, great wine, food, craft and more.
The early bird offer has ended. A ticket is priced at AUS$328 for a four day pass, and AUS$296 for a three day pass. Children aged under 12 can attend for free. Concession and YHA member discounted passes are also on sale, along with a new ticket type - the Under 18s pass (for 13-17 year olds).
The festival also has ATM machines, and a global village of merchandise stalls and workshops for adults and children.
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.
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.
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