UK: WOMAD welcomed back the d&b Soundscape stage to this year’s edition, providing a platform to artists like Saving Grace, LTJ Bukem, Muthoni Drummer Queen, Jungle by Night, and Roosevelt Collier.
Prominently positioned within the main arena site in Charlton Park, Wiltshire, the Soundscape stage held capacity audiences of over 4,000 people.
Gabriel founded WOMAD in 1980 to celebrate global music, arts and dance. He wanted the festival to be ‘embracing but non-definitive, inspiring and outward looking, and enthusiastic about a world that has no boundaries in its ability to communicate through music and movement’.
The stage is the result of the relationship between Gabriel’s Real World Records and the d&b team, and was born from a mutual ambition to enhance the sound experience at WOMAD for both artist and audience, using the d&b Soundscape technology.
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