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Photo top © Jane Dove Juneau, photos bottom © Rob Tucker
This stunning natural amphitheatre, along with the surrounding Brooklands Park, will transform into a global village of musicians, artists and performers for three days from 12 to 14 March.
This year 19 countries will be represented by 250 performers across seven stages. There will also be a global village, live cooking demonstrations, workshops and an adjoining campsite.
There's something for everyone, from African music legends and funky French punksters to an original member of the Buena Vista Social Club, eight horn-playing brothers and "the voice of the Sahara".
1814 • Amal Murkus • Anna Coddington • Babylon Circus • The Bellbirds • Blue King Brown • Calexico • De Stijle, Want... • Dub Colossus • Eddi Reader • Eliades Ochoa • Ethiopiques • Gochag Askarov • Gyuto Monks • House of Shem • Hypnotic Brass Ensemble • Iva Lamkum • Kamel el Haraachi • LA Mitchell • Ladi 6 • Lepisto & Lehti • Mairtin O'Connor Trio • Mariem Hassan • Nickodemus • Nortec Collective presents: Bostich & Fussible • NZTrio • Ojos de Brujo • Pacific Curls • Ross Daly & Ensemble • Skatalites • Te Whanau-a-Apanui
WIN a double pass to this spectacular three-day event!
To enter, simply answer this question: Where is WOMAD New Zealand 2010 being held?
Answer: TSB Bowl of .................
Email your answer to email@example.com
Please put the words WOMAD 2010 in the subject line, and don't forget to include your full contact details.
Please note: the prize is for tickets only. No travel or accommodation is included.
For full event information please visit: www.womad.co.nz
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