The world turns... and WOMADelaide returns to its spiritual home in Botanic Park / Tainmuntilla! Join us among the Moreton Bay Fig trees for a cultural adventure for all ages, with a captivating program of more than 100 performances across seven stages, the Planet Talks forum, KidZone, art and cooking workshops, the global village & so much more.
Together we've grown up over 30 joyous years sharing the very best music, arts and dance from this diverse, eclectic and fascinating world of ours. Come and celebrate our 30th with the birthday party to end all parties - we've certainly all earned it!
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The ethereal polyphonic harmonies of Iberi explore the emotional music of Georgia; songs so beautiful they were launched into space on Voyager 2’s golden record and declared an intangible cultural treasure by UNESCO. Former rugby player and lifelong singer, Bidzina Murgulia set aside his sporting life to create a choir that puts a joyous and respectful stamp on centuries-old folk tunes that celebrate Georgian life.
"SUPRA" - Special Event at ORSO &the Polenta Stars
Join the performers from Iberi for an unforgettable, traditional Georgian feast of seven dishes featuring lobio, chadi and khachapuri. What are they? Find out – but it’s one sitting only, limited to 100 patrons. Further info and bookings HERE
Friday Night: 6:00–7:30pm at ORSO & the Polenta Stars
WORKSHOP: In this workshop the audience will have a fun, crash course in learning the parts for men and women for two Georgian regional dances. The styles will be Ajaruli from the Ajara region, in the country’s South Western corner (on the coast of the Black Sea bordering Turkey) and Mtiuluri, from the Mtiulet province in Eastern Georgia, on the Southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains.