10 per cent off entry to WOMAD
Wednesday 22 June 2011
The Independent is delighted to be supporting the WOMAD festival again this year, and to celebrate, is offering readers an exclusive 10 per cent off all full priced weekend tickets and day tickets.
Discover music from Russia to Reunion Island. Unearth a beatboxing all-female vocal quartet and the soul rebel with rhythms of resistance. Seek out the Northern soul and experience the blurring of Maori and Scottish music. Mungo's Hi Fi will blow you away with their beats and 9Bach will leave you with a sense of Welsh wisdom. Workshops will send you flurrying from one to the next, catching opportunities to meet the artists and the unique Taste the World offers you tastebud tingling dishes with impromptu gigs from those artists left in charge of the pots. Leave no stone unturned at WOMAD for there is something for everyone.
This year's line-up includes:
Rodrigo y Gabriella
The Creole Choir of Cuba
I Am Kloot
Claim your 10% ticket offer now
To book tickets online, go to Womad.org and input the code INDIE123 in the discount coupon box on the payment screen to receive 10% off all full-priced weekend tickets (£135) and day tickets (£65). To book tickets over the telephone, call 0118 960 6060 and quote the reference INDIE123. Ticket offer is available until 5.30pm on Friday 15th July. Opening hours for this number are Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm and Saturday, 10am-4pm. See Independent.co.uk/legal for more details.
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