WOMAD organisers say the festival will stay at Charlton Park in Wiltshire until at least 2030.
More than 30,000 people attended this year's music, art and food event over the weekend.
“This was one of our best programmes ever featuring a quite extraordinary melee of cultures, voices and musical styles, an incredible crowd who came in record numbers, and a very bright future for the festival, with our residence at Charlton Park extended until at least 2030.”
- Chris Smith, WOMAD festival director
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More than 300 contributors are involved at different venues, ranging from art galleries to the beach. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Music, literature and the arts all feature in the St Ives September Festival which has started a two week run.
More than 300 events are taking place, some on the beach and in artists' studios.
The festival started in 1977 and provides a late season boost for the town.