THE DAY LINE-UP FOR WOMAD 2018: The world on your doorstep

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THE DAY LINE-UP FOR WOMAD 2018: The world on your doorstep
As in previous years, the line-up and running times for the forthcoming Womad festival in March in Taranaki has been announced.

Elsewhere has been posting interviews with a number of the artists appearing (see  here) and will continue to profile others in the coming weeks.

Meantime though you can plan ahead -- be there Friday for Aldous Harding, Maisey Rika and the Miltones -- and look at our bios of the acts and other information (like ticketing) here.

Good to go!

 For more on next year's Womad check out their website here.

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