WOMADelaide 2016 is set to be an epic event with a cracking lineup and the announcement of a life-sized inflatable replica of Stonehenge, just for something a bit different! Check out more here…
Welcome to ‘The Festival State’ ladies and gents. We see the phrase every single day but probably don’t take the time to think about how lucky that makes us. That means South Australia is the state that officially knows how to throw the best parties! Come on, it even says so on our license plates.
WOMADelaide 2015 was a record-breaking year, with over 90,000 people through the Festival’s doors over the 4-day event.
On WOMAD Day 4, Adelaide was in full-flung festival mode – WOMAD in Botanic Park, cricket at the Oval, the Future Music Festival at the Showgrounds, and the Fringe everywhere else.
WOMADelaide 2015 is being hailed as a stellar success after over 90,000 festival attendees streamed through the WOMADelaide gates over the weekend.
It’s day three of the World’s Music Festival, and Adelaide has been awash with all sorts of ‘amazingness’ as we do what we do best- put on a killer festival and have a good time!
Following on from a spectacular opening night, we ventured back to Botanic Park to indulge in the busiest of days at WOMADelaide on a beautifully warm, mild sunny day.
Sydney might have the Mardi Gras, but Adelaide has its own festival of music, dance, colour, light, and love in the annual WOMADelaide Festival
It’s always exciting to see what acts the organizers of WOMADelaide come up with year after year, and this year they’ve gone slightly off script and invited Spanish street theatre group Osadia to come to Adelaide.
Coopers Brewery has extended its support for three of South Australia’s premier music and cultural events.
WOMADelaide in partnership with the University of South Australia today released the full schedule of panel discussion topics and workshops for its 2015 Planet Talks program.
The Hi Tops Brass Band brings the responding sounds of New Orleans to Sydney, Australia.…
Part time voodoo shaman and full time hellraiser C.W. Stoneking is known equally for his gravelly voice (that has more than a touch of the Louis Armstrong and Tom Waits about it) and his Americana-Africana inflected rock and roll.
Icelandic songstress “Soley” (Soley Stefansdottir), is heading to Australia for the first time in March, performing at Womadelaide and other venues around the country.
Barcelona’s OSADIA are returning to WOMADelaide to transform daring audience volunteers into surreal and towering living art sculptures of hair and makeup.
WOMADelaide, Australia’s favorite four day outdoor festival held in Adelaide’s Botanic Park March 6 -9, today announced its second round of artists for the 2015 festival. Leading today’s announcement is Grammy nominated rock chanteuse Sinéad O’Connor.
WOMADelaide today announced its initial line-up of 25 international artists, led by legendary Senegalese singer, percussionist and social revolutionist, Youssou N’Dour; for the 2015 festival to be held in Adelaide’s Botanic Park, 6–9 March.
The wait is officially over – WOMADelaide 2015 Earlybird passes and pay-by-instalment options are on sale now.
WOMADelaide, one of Australia’s favourite outdoor festivals, returned to the lovely Botanic Park in Adelaide once again from March 7-10th 2014.