Date: 28 Jul 2011 - 31 Jul 2011
Venue: Charlton Park, Wiltshire, UK
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Gogol Bordello's mix of musical influences are a perfect fit at world music's most popular festival, WOMAD.
Playing air guitar is not something you might with WOMAD but this year you'd be wrong.
If you could hand pick a world music super group comprised of the finest Cuban and Malian musicians, look no further than AfroCubism.
Rodrigo y Gabriella with their acoustic guitars proved at WOMAD 2011 that they are not your average folk stars.
Senegal's Baaba Maal headlined the Open Air Stage On Saturday night at WOMAD 2011.
Acapella all-girl beatboxing quintet, The Boxettes, amazed with their vocal gymnastics in the Big Red Tent at WOMAD 2011 on Friday.
It's time to look ahead to this weekend's festival forecasts with Global Gathering, Camp Bestival, WOMAD and Cambridge Folk Festival weather reports.
WOMAD 2011 will attempt to break the world record for the greatest number of people playing air guitar at the same time.
Vieux Farka Toure and Les Balkanieras have been added to the WOMAD 2011 line up.
Glastonbury may only have "three or four years" left, according to the festival's organiser Michael Eavis.
WOMAD 2011 organisers have added final acts to the event line up, with the festival to take place in Malmesbury, Wiltshire from 29-31 July.
Alabama 3, Dub Pistols and Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are among a slew of new acts confirmed for WOMAD 2011, which will return to Charlton Park in Wilthsire from 28-31 July.
Gypsy punks Gogol Bordello and US soul legend Booker T Jones have been confirmed to appear at WOMAD festival 2011 which takes place from 28-31 July at Charlton Park, Wiltshire, UK.
Muntu Valdo of Cameroon, Rua Macmillan from Scotland and Siyaya of Zimbabwe are among the acts set to perform at a mini WOMAD festival, which will take place at Bristol Zoo.
If you've been reading the news this week, you may have come across articles highlighting the dangers of Lyme disease, which is passed on by ticks that tend to be found in rural areas and on livestock.
The first names have been revealed for WOMAD 2011 which takes place from 28-31 July at Charlton Park, Wiltshire.
Early bird tickets for WOMAD 2011 were released on sale today (24 November 2011) designed to save you cash.
The WOMAD 2011 dates have been announced as 28-31 July with the music festival set to return to Charlton Park, Malmesbury.