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Let the voting commence.
Remember this is your chance to choose the musician you want to see perform at the festival.
Yep, we have a glorious ticket offer....
Buy 1 adult Weekend ticket & get 1 WOMAD at Bristol Zoo ticket FREE!
With this offer, the magical WOMAD at Bristol Zoo just got better, and who'd have thought it. The beauty of two delightful stages nestled into the zoo's idillic surroundings, roaming artists, a satisfyingly zany selection of musicians (the circus delight Gabby Young and Other Animals and the Cameroonian one man band Muntu Valdo to name but a few), stalls to make you jingle your pennies, food and wine to tantalise your taste buds and children's workshops to keep your little ones busy.
Offer will end at 10am on Friday 10th June 2011.
WOMAD would like to pay tribute to the life and work of Gil Scott Heron who sadly passed away yesterday. His performance at last year's Charlton Park was very special and we feel privileged that he performed at the festival.
Photograph: York Tillyer
From fish nibbling at your feet to a session of jacuzzi bubbles, come and enjoy the spa at WOMAD Charlton Park.
Don't miss out- Buy your spa tickets early. They are selling pretty quickly!
Spoil yourself and pre book your treatments at WOMAD Charlton Park 2011 now.
Thai Yoga Massage
Indian Head Massage
Sports Injury Massage
Deep Tissue Massage
And this evening of music, frivolity and of course, the extraordinary setting is fast becoming a once in a life time experience. Put Saturday 11th June into your diaries.
Expect dancing, lots of dancing and very little control over your legs. First up is the aptly named Gabby Young & Other Animals. Their circus swing won't give your dancing shoes a moments peace. Alejandro Toledo & The Magic Tombolinos will take you by the hand and whirl you around in time to their Balkan gypsy- with a twist of Latin & Afrobeat, Middle-Easten & Hip-Hop. Finally, Bristol-based Biram Seck asks you to consider his songs, delivered through his tender, husky vocals, 'as an appeal for unity, education and civilisation.'
These artists join Rua Macmillan, Muntu Valdo and Siyaya on the stages with Malarky mixing their magic in the children's workshops. Prepare for your little monkeys to come from the workshops as little gorillas.
Expect a Wild Night of World Music.