THE DAY LINE-UP FOR WOMAD 2020: The world in your own backyard

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THE DAY LINE-UP FOR WOMAD 2020: The world in your own backyard

And here we go with the day to day schedule of artists coming to Womad Taranaki in March next year.

More specifics closer to the time and of course interviews and such.

You should also have a look at our previous post which introduces the artists by way of words and video clips. That is here

For more details on Womad (ticketing, site maps and such) check their website here.

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