DATES: Friday 31st May Saturday and Sunday 1st and 2nd of June. 

LOCATION: Calbourne Water Mill Campsite PO30 4JN

ABOUT: The not for profit arts organisation THE WORLD VILLAGE PROJECT has been supporting and bringing to the Isle of Wight some of the UK’s best ‘below the radar’ WORLD music talent since their first didgeridoo and world instrument festival in 2009. 

With Arts Council England / National Lottery funding  they have now created a unique festival aimed at music lovers of all ages who are seeking out the new and the different. 

The MONDOMIX is a friendly unpretentious gathering of people who discard their worries for a few days and  celebrate the kind of music seldom seen and heard in today’s commercial pop music scene. 

So come along and join us at the ancient Calbourne Water Mill just a few minutes drive from the Island’s Heritage Coast and let us introduce you to the best music you didn’t know you liked.

We maintain affordable ticket prices / have stretch tent covered performance areas / use high quality live and dj sound systems / always allow free entry for 17 year olds and under / provide our own fair priced bar and freshly cooked food / do not charge extra for parking / offer free camping for those who buy a three day ticket / free access to the Watermill throughout the day.

Other Events By These Artists

Date Event name Artist City/Town Venue
16 Jun Isaac Birituro & The Rail Abandon Live Album Launch Isaac Birituro & The Rail Abandon London Giant Steps
05 Jul Original Roots ft Awalé Awalé London Ninety One

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