Glam Adelaide’s Jonathan Matthews recently had a chat with N’fa Jones about his new project Cool Out Sun, and his upcoming appearance at WOMADelaide 2019. You’re coming down to WOMADelaide with your new act ‘Cool Out Sun’, can you tell me about your new act? Cool Out Sun is almost like a full circle for […]
WOMADelaide is a festival you do not want to miss out on! The full 2018 line-up has been realised and it's epic.
The cabaret style set up at Nexus Arts certainly lends itself to the audience getting up and getting involved
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With many of the amazing musical acts already covered, the fourth and final day of WOMADelaide was an opportunity to check some of the other happenings around Botanic Park.
Mad March is here and Womadelaide is back, much to the joy of music and culture lovers. With music, food, shopping, dancing and a range of workshops, there is always something for everyone, including the kids.
A great start to day 3 of WOMADelaide saw Aussie legends of Aboriginal rock Coloured Stone bringing their earthy songs to the table which were layered with didgeridoo, some electric guitar, and stunning vocals in backup singer Cee-Cee Honeybee.
Earlier in the day Azadoota (Iraq/Aus) opened the Speakers Corner stage with a colourful and bright set consisting of some distinctly Middle Eastern sounds whilst Hanggai (China) once again took the crowd on a Mongolian horseback journey with their high-energy Mongolian influences.
The lovely Botanic Park once again comes alive with the sounds and smells of the world, and this year’s lineup for WOMADelaide is as impressive as ever. Opening night weather was perfect for the launch of The World’s Festival, and the acts on offer did not disappoint one bit.
The countdown to Adelaide's landmark festival of Music and Dance is upon us, and this years spectacular lineup will feature over 500 performers from 25 countries over the four days of WOMADelaide. (Mar 7-10)
Heading down under for their first ever Australian tour, international sweethearts The Jammin’ Divas bring an eclectic mix of music harking from the US, Ireland and even a bit of inspiration from Australia.
Set for official release on January 31 2014, the fabulous Grammy Award winning Angelique Kidjo is back with another vibrant and colourful music experience, Eve.
The Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre is launching a World Music Series for 2013, presenting a season of dynamic and original music from around the globe.
This is a compilation of 14 tracks featuring many of the artists who will be appearing at WOMADelaide this year. Make sure you get your copy.