Catch WOMADelaide day three’s moments of magic and mayhem with our photo gallery by Dave Court.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a WOMADelaide in heat like this. Temperatures reaching in the high thirties had the crowd searching for any available patch of shade during the daytime, as they listened to the the excellent music on offer.
WOMADelaide 2018 kicked off with one of the most memorable opening nights in recent memory.
As 2017 draws to a close, The Upside News hands down its verdict on the 30 best albums of the year.
English born and Australian made pop-jazz musician Sarah King, has announced the official launch of her self-titled debut EP at The Wheatsheaf Hotel on Sunday, 27 August with full band and string quartet.
The final day of WOMADelaide 2017 provided many of the festival’s highlights. The rains had cleared, giving way to perfect autumnal weather that stretched into the late evening, and the slightly lower crowd numbers made for a wonderfully chilled vibe. Add to that a terrific line-up of acts, and it all made for a great end to the weekend.
WOMADelaide 2017 Day 3 – TheRain, The Park & Other Things. Wow, what a day! And there is still another big day yet to come!
With half of the festival still to come, WOMADelaide Day 2 was another wonderful celebration of diversity, passion and musical virtuosity.
WOMADelaide 2017 kicked off in stunning conditions last night and, with the threat of rain later in the weekend, the enthusiastic Friday evening crowd were determined to make the most of the opportunity.
One of the first acts to hit the stage when WOMADelaide opens this evening is Xylouris White, a collaboration between Cretan lute player George Xylouris and Dirty Three drummer, Jim White.