Recommendations for Sunday at Womad 2015


Sadly it’s the last day of Womad today.  But there is lots of good acts on.  Here are our Recommendations for the day:

Noura Mint 13.00-14.00 OPEN AIR STAGE

Kocani Orchestra 14.00-15.00 SIAM

Dona Onete 15.00-16.00 OPEN AIR STAGE

Ghostpoet 16.00-17.00 SIAM

Violons Barbares 16.00-17.00 RADIO 3 CHARLIE GILLETT STAGE

Mahmoud Ahmed & Badume’s Band 17.00-18.00 OPEN AIR STAGE

Orchestre Tipica Fernandez Fierro 18.15-19.15 SIAM

Red Baraat 19.15-20.30 OPEN AIR STAGE

Laura Mvula 20.30-21.45 SIAM

Cat Empire 21.45-23.00 OPEN AIR STAGE

Cheikh Lo R3 23.00-00.00 RADIO 3 CHARLIE GILLETT STAGE

Analog Africa 23.00-01.00 B & W Stage


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