New Zealand's award-winning three day music and dance festival!
WOMAD is a feast for all of the senses. Hear music from throughout the globe, join in with workshops led by talented international musicians, taste delicious and exotic food cooked by the artists, listen to talks, experience the art, dance your heart out and generally soak up the atmosphere and the joy of discovery!
As an organisation, WOMAD now works in many different ways, but our aims are always the same - we aim to excite, to inform, educate inspire and create awareness of the worth and potential of a multicultural society.
"Pure enthusiasm for music from around the world led us to the idea of WOMAD in 1980 and thus to the first WOMAD festival in 1982. The festivals have always been wonderful and unique occasions and have succeeded in introducing an international audience to many talented artists.” – Peter Gabriel, WOMAD founder.
Full Artist Line Up can be found here: https://www.womad.co.nz/artists/
Festival Motorhome Campsite
For a full FAQ on the motorhome/caravan parking and camping visit the camping FAQ section of the festival website here: https://www.womad.co.nz/info/faqs/
Arriving at the Campsite
On arrival at the campsite your festival & camping tickets will be exchanged for a Camping Wristband. All campers must remain in your vehicles on arrival at the campsite for check in, ticket scanning/exchange and wristbanding.
Are there specific entrance gates for areas of the Campsite?
Yes, all motorhomes, caravan and buses please arrive at the outer oval.
When can I check in to the Campsite?
Check in time to the Campsite is from 9am Friday 16 March until 10pm. Departure time is from 10am Monday 19 March.
Do sites have electricity?
No, there are no powered camping sites available.
- Website: https://www.womad.co.nz/
- Ticketing: Public