27 to 30 July 2023
What to expect at WOMAD Festival
WOMAD – World of Music, Arts and Dance – is one of the longest-running, best culturally established festivals on the planet. The festival began in the UK back in 1982, intending to celebrate diverse cultures and their artistic offerings from around the globe.
Since that first event, more than 160 WOMAD festivals have been held in 27 countries and islands all over the world, including everywhere from Abu Dhabi to the US, Australia to Sardinia, Canada to South Africa – and, of course, New Zealand.
Always family-oriented, WOMAD festivals are the ultimate culmination of sounds, scenery, and good vibes. Through festivals, community events, and educational projects, we aim to excite, delight, and open your mind to the worth and potential of a multicultural society.
WOMAD only sells weekend tickets. Once you get there, there's enough events to keep you occupied for days. There's workshops, poetry and activities for the little ones, to name just a few.
WOMAD offer a range of on-site accommodation, from camping pods to spa packages.
How to get to WOMAD Festival
The nearest train stations to WOMAD is Chippenham. There will be shuttle bus services between Chippenham and the festival from Thursday 27 to Monday 31 July 2023.
Things to see and do in Wiltshire
The beautiful Charlton Park is tucked away in the Wiltshire countryside. No trip to this part of the world would be complete without a visit to the historic site of Stonehenge. If you're an animal lover, make sure you head to Longleat Safari Park.