When: 8-11 March, 2024

Where: Botanic Park/Tainmuntilla

WOMADelaide website

WOMADelaide returns bringing the World Of Music, Arts and Dance to Adelaide's Botanic Park / Tainmuntilla over 08 - 11 March, 2024.

WOMADelaide is an award-winning celebration of cultural discovery featuring the very best in live music, arts, dance and food from around the world.

Held on the traditional lands of the Kaurna People of the Adelaide plains, WOMADelaide is the iconic open-air festival set in Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Park / Tainmuntilla since 1992.

At the festival, enjoy Planet Talks, the KidsZone, Workshops and Taste the World, as well as the global village, and international food and drinks that are above and beyond the usual festival fare.

WOMADelaide Event - Closures and restrictions
26 February - 15 March

As of Monday 26 February, Botanic Park will be closed to the public. Plane Tree Drive remains open at this time for parking and access, with a reduced speed limit of 10kmh.

As of Monday March 4, Plane Tree Drive will be closed to all vehicles, cyclists, and pedestrians. Access to the garden via the Conservatory Gate will remain open, however the Friends Gate is closed. All other garden gates will be open as usual.

The Rose Garden car park, just outside the Herbarium, on Hackney Road will remain open to the public, however there will be limited spaces available on event days.

There will be strictly no right-turn access into Plane Tree Drive from Hackney Road (southbound), while left-turn access into Plane Tree Drive from Hackney Road (northbound) will be maintained so visitors can access the Rose Garden car park.

These closures will be in place until COB Friday 15 March.

It is recommended that if you wish to visit the garden during this time you consider utilising public transport. Please check Adelaide Metro for public transport services into the city centre.

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