Grammy winners and global sensations are set to return to Wiltshire as the line-up for this year's Womad Festival is revealed.

Womad is a festival like no other, drawing in people from around the world to the picturesque landscape of Charlton Park in Wiltshire where they can enjoy talent from every genre and every corner of the globe.

This year’s festival will run from Thursday, July 25 until Sunday, July 28 and will feature artists performing R&B,  hip-hop, rap, rock, blues, folk, jazz and everything in between.

Among the line-up are two Latin Grammy-Award winners, Bala Desejo and iLe, returning to the festival for the second time.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Grammy award winners are set to return to the stageGrammy award winners are set to return to the stage (Image: Garry Jones)

Bala Desejo are a critically acclaimed group from Brazil and they’re set to bring the carnival to Wiltshire, while Puerto Rican singer iLe made her name in the alternative hip-hop group Calle 13 and is known for her enchanting vocals and political lyrics.

Joining them is UK hip-hop trio Young Fathers whose most recent album ‘Heavy Heavy’ was described by The Guardian as “something that’s unique and completely modern, that couldn’t have been made before now.”

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As well as a long line-up of musical talent from across the world, Womad also offers lots of things to do for those wanting a break from singing and dancing.

The festival will include talks from inspirational authors, spoken-word poetry performances, physics experiments and the Womad spa with wood-fired hot tubs.

The family-friendly event also offers an array of workshops, a Sunday parade, and child-friendly activities to keep the little ones occupied.

The festival is free for all under 13s, but everyone must have a ticket.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: The festival also offers workshops and activities for all the familyThe festival also offers workshops and activities for all the family (Image: Garry Jones)

Womad 2024: The full line-up

Young Fathers - Hip hop group from the UK.

Amadou & Miriam - Swing and blues duo from Mali.

Gogol Bordello - Group from the USA.

Sampa The Great - Hip-hop hero from Zambia.

Alison Goldfrapp - Singer from the UK.

Baaba Maal - Singer from Senegal.

79 RS Gang - Rap group from the USA.

The Allergies - Hip-hop band from the UK/USA.

Ars Nova Napoli - Folk music from Italy.

Bhutan Balladeers - Zhungdra music from Bhutan.

The Breath - Folk band from Ireland.

Cerys Hafana - Harp music from Wales.

Dam - Hip-hop/rap music from Palestine.

Deerhoof - Indie-pop band from the USA.

Defmaa Maadef - Hip-hop and R&B duo from Senegal.

Dr Meaker - Dance music from the UK.

Duo Ruut - Zither music from Estonia.

Faiz Ali Faiz - Qawwali singing from Pakistan.

The Great Malarkey - Folk-punk band from the UK.

The Hawds - Group from the UK.

Henge - Space rock band from the UK.

Hirahi Afonso - Jazz music on the timble from the Canary Islands.

Ile - Latin American rapper from Puerto Rico.

Islandman - Electronic folk music from Turkey.

John Metclafe - Singer from New Zealand.

Justin Adams & Mohamed Errebbaa - North African guitar music from Morocco and the UK.

Kumbia Boruka - Latin American music from Mexico.

Laura Misch - Sax-playing singer-songwriter from the UK.

London Afrobeat Collective - Nigerian Afrobeats from the UK.

Mestizo - Group from the UK/Columbia.

Moonchild Sanelly - Ghetto funk music from South Africa.

Nana Benz Du Togo - Group from Togo.

Ndox Électrique - Electric guitar music from Senegal.

Noriko Tadano - Shamisen bluesy music from Japan.

O. - Jazz and experimental rock duo from the UK.

Old Time Sailors - Sea shanties from the UK.

Qawwali Flamenco - Flemenco music from Pakistan.

Sangjaru - Jazz and folk music from South Korea.

Seckou Keita - Kora player from Senegal/UK.

Sheelanagig - East European folk music from the UK.

Soema Montenegro - Music celebrating South America from Argentina.

Tarta Relena - Group from Spain.

Two Canoes - Irish ballads from Ireland.

Witch - Blues/rock music from Zambia.

Yungchen Lhamo - Singer from Tibet.

The Zawose Queens - Mother and daughter duo from Tanzania.