Tickets for the UK's 36th edition of the World's Festival go on sale at 9am.
Last weekend, WOMAD rolled into the sunny island of Gran Canaria, bringing with it an explosion of colour, culture and a variety of world music, with the likes of The Brand New Heavies, Bombino, La Dame Blanche and Orkesta Mendoza, attracting 45 thousand people.
In the UK, as the nights draw in and the days get chillier, music fanatics are dreaming about dancing to the best live music at next year's WOMAD festival.
WOMAD 2018, the family-friendly festival will return to Charlton Park, only ten minutes away from Malmesbury, from July 26-28.
Details of the line up from around the world will be announced in the New Year, along with details of exhibitions, installations, talks, debates, science, poetry, world food, pampering and fun activities for the whole family.
Early bird tickets, from £150 can be bought online at www.womad.co.uk.