Images from the Womad, Charlton Park festival 24-26th July 2009

Published on Mon Jul 13, 2009 by

If you need images of live music, or general festival shots from Womad 2009, Charlton Park, England, UK, please get in touch.

Black Arm Band
Photograph of Black Arm Band live at Womad 2009

 

Orishas
Photograph of Orishas live at Womad 2009

 

Roy Ayers
Photograph of Roy Ayers live at Womad 2009

 

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