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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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The West Country was a bit of a mudfest this weekend - not least at WOMAD festival in Wiltshire where this picture was taken.
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More than 30,000 people are expected at Charlton Park near Malmesbury for this year's WOMAD. The festival, which has been running since 1982, celebrates music, arts and dance from around the world.
The weather hasn't been great so far but Bob Crampton will bring you the forecast from the site in Wiltshire, so we hope it won't be too wet.
You can watch - and hopefully hear some great music - on ITV West at 6pm.
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One of the region's best known festivals starts today. WOMAD is known for attracting artists from around the world to Charlton Park in Wiltshire. The three day event will see 106 artists perform from 42 countries.
Organisers of WOMAD, one of the region's largest festivals, are mourning the death of one of the headline acts, The legendary singer songwriter Bobby Womack died last month at the age of 70.
With three weeks to go before the event at Charlton Park in Wiltshire the team are deciding to replace him or do a tribute in his slot. Thousands of people are expected at the four day event which starts on the 24th of July.