WOMAD Early Bird Tickets Now On Sale

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Hotly anticipated WOMAD 2016 early bird tickets go on sale Now! Grab your tickets now for The World’s Festival, taking place in Charlton Park 28th-31st July 2016.

Join us for our 10th year in the tranquil setting of Charlton Park, in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, to discover a melting pot of talented artists from around the world, with around 200 performances from more than 100 artists, across seven stages.

Come and enjoy dancing and instrument workshops with incredible musicians, poetry, talks and debates, colour and life. Dance under the stars with musical revelry into the early hours and then relax under the trees in the arboretum the next day and rest in the World of Wellbeing. Kids 13 and under come FREE and run free at WOMAD – and there is so much for them to do, including a vast array of fun workshops in World of Children.

It’s not only the sights and sounds, the food is also a treat at WOMAD – culinary joys from all around the world await you – a definite cut above standard festival fare.

You can even experience live cooking shows from some of the artists performing, whipping up delights from their part of the world, along with stories and music that go along with it, and you even get to taste it afterwards!

Tickets will be sold via website www.womad.co.uk

Published on 19 November 2015 by Ben Robinson

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