WOMADelaide 2017

WOMADelaide is a big festival held in Adelaide Botanic Park, normally during the first (full) weekend of March. The 2017 WOMADelaide festival will run from the 10th - 13th March. The festival was first held in Australia in 1992 and since then it has evolved into a 4 day festival and now happens annually, it used to be every other year in order not to clash with other music festivals in Adelaide.

Obviously WOMADelaide is linked to WOMAD but...

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What is Womad?

WOMAD was founded by Peter Gabriel way back in 1982 and the first festival was held in the UK, Womadelaide was first held 10 years later... Womad has grown and now happens in 30 different countries.

Millions of festival-goers · Thousands of artists · 30 countries · One vision
WOMAD stands for the World of Music, Arts and Dance, and gives its name to the internationally established WOMAD Festival that brings together artists from all over the globe. As well as presenting and celebrating the huge array of art forms the planet has to offer, a central aim of WOMAD's many festivals is to promote cross-cultural awareness and tolerance.


WOMADelaide 2017

Location: Botanic Park Adelaide (between the Adelaide Zoo and Adelaide Botanic Garden)
Date: 10-13 March 2017
Tickets: You can buy, day or night passes, 2 day, 3 day or 4 day passes. Details and prices here
Lineup: There will be performances by loads of the world's top traditional and contemporary musicians, artists, dancers and thinkers from every corner of the globe. The 2017 program features performances and workshops across 7 main stages.
What else is on? Womadelaide is not just about the music; enjoy incredible food, the healing village, some bars for a well deserved beverage and much more!

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If you're planning on enjoying this fantastic festival then make sure you book your accommodation in Adelaide as there is no camping onsite at the Botanic Gardens - check out Adelaide Travelers Inn.

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There are other music festivals in Adelaide but this one is well worth a visit if you have the time, especially as it goes over 4 days.


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