WOMAD Festival organisers are delighted to announce a limited number of Early Bird tickets for the 2015 Festival will go on sale at 2014 prices on Friday 21 November 2014. Tickets will be available online or on the telephone.
WOMAD, The World’s Festival, will return to its wonderful Wiltshire home of Charlton Park in Malmesbury from Thursday 23 July – Sunday 26 July 2015. The line-up for next year’s festival will be announced in the New Year.
WOMAD Director Chris Smith said, “After the sell-out of 2014 we expect these early birds to fly out of the door with their shells still on their backs! Bag an early bird today.”
All weekend early bird tickets have been held at 2014 prices. Children aged 13 and under are FREE.
- Early Bird Weekend £135 (Full price £160)
- Early Bird Disabled Weekend £135 (Full price £160)
- SN16 Resident Weekend £115
- Teenage (aged 14-17yrs) Weekend £80 (Don’t forget to fill out the teenage registration form)
- Child (aged 0-13yrs) Weekend FREE
- Early Bird Spa Ticket £100 (Full price £120)
- Thursday £30
- Campervan £65
- Park & Camp £70
- Camp WOMAD. More information on options and prices.
- La-Di-Dah Loos £20
WOMAD offer the opportunity for festival goers to pay for their tickets in four easy instalments via Direct Debit with one manageable payment per month for four months. Contact the Reading Box Office on 0118 960 6060 for more information.
Early Bird tickets are available from Friday 21 November up to and including Monday 5th January or until they sell out.
To book your tickets
Telephone: 0118 960 6060
Womad Social Media
For more information and images please contact:
Borkowski Arts & Ents: +44 (0) 203 176 27 00
Dee McCourt / firstname.lastname@example.org/ 07803 726 543
Notes for Editors
The WOMAD Festival
WOMAD (World Of Music, Arts and Dance) held its first festival in 1982 at the Bath & West Showground in Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Over the intervening 33 years, the Peter Gabriel-fronted organisation has hosted festivals across the globe, from Sicily to Seattle, Adelaide to Abu Dhabi. For the ninth time, its flagship UK festival is held this July at Charlton Park, near Malmesbury in Wiltshire.