With perfect weather and smaller crowd number (following three sold-out days), WOMADelaide’s final day was pure bliss.
A good proportion of the World of Music and Dance highlights of WOMADelaide Day Three revolved around Africa.
WOMADelaide has never had a headliner quite like Florence + the Machine. Day two review.
WOMADelaide 2023 is a little different. For the first time, the event has sold out for three of its four days – so things are a bit more intense than previous years. The popularity is due largely to this year’s excellent line-up, with Friday night an example of this.
As 2022 draws to an end, Upside looks through the best albums released this year.
Having annouced one of the most exciting line-ups in the event’s history, the artist playing days for WOMADelaide 2023 have now been revealed.
Once again blessed with perfect weather to complement the great music (including the Cat Empire finale), Day 3 of WOMADelaide was certainly one to remember.
With so many high quality Australian acts on display at this year’s WOMADelaide, it is fantastic to see such confidence in the local product and have this appreciated by audiences on the big stages. Read our Day Two review.
An excellent night of music to kick off WOMADelaide 2022. It was so good to be back!
WOMADELAIDE 2021 REVIEW: MIDNIGHT OIL & FIRST NATIONS COLLABORATORS, TESKEY BROTHERS and SIBERIAN TIGER
The final night of the WOMADelaide 2021 concert series, with a headline performance from Midnight Oil and First Nations Collaborators, was all about the circular nature of time.