WOMAD Festival has announced an exciting line-up for their annual celebration of music, arts and dance talents from across the globe.

The four-day festival will take place in Charlton Park in Malmesbury from Thursday July 27 to Sunday July 30.

Award-winning indie rock band Bombay Bicycle Club will be performing a raft of their multi-dimensional tunes.

Hip-hop legend Horace Andy from Massive Attack accompanied by his band Dub Asante Band will be performing classic dub sounds from his recent acclaimed ‘masterpiece’ album Midnight Rocker.

Afrobeat dynamo Femi Kuti will also be returning to WOMAD put on yet another glorious high-octane show.

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Other global acts gracing the stage across the weekend include Princess of English folk music Kate Rusby and jazz trio The Comet Is Coming.

This festival provides much more than just music and holds an array of activities to divulge into such as a thought-provoking book club, slam poetry, a spa, hot tubs, yoga and much more. 

Adult ticket prices are £210 for 3 days and £260 for 4 days. 

Teenage ticket prices for 3 days are £100.

Children 13 and under go free but still need a ticket. 

Tickets can be bought in four instalments.

If you enjoy camping in style add ons such as a full spa weekend for £180 and a luxurious 'La Di Da Loo ticket' for £55 are available.

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