Joining the dots between live and recorded music moving image and spoken word the World Village Project brings you the annual Mondomix Festival. Our exciting all new DJ and Big Band line-up of New Empowering Music will be published soon. So come along to Calbourne Water Mill on 2/3/4 June and enjoy a relaxing laid back weekend at our all yurt and stretch tent covered festival of music you didn’t know you liked. To keep up to date with all our activities and support this very special event please visit our Mondolink page sign up to our newsletter MondoNews follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.
✓ Well, what a wonder festival that was! Chilled and full of great vibes and not heard before music. BIG well done to the whole team and bring on 2017! ✓ The performing bands were superb, thank you, it was brilliant. ✓ Awesome time at The MondoMix today! Really enjoyable. ✓ Danced my socks off, laughed a lot, drank far too much tea, got gonged, foraged and found half a peacock and had an amazing time ✓ Thank you for another amazing weekend of awesome Bands/acts. ✓ Words can't describe how awesome this is!! ✓ Got that Mondo morning blues. What a fantastic weekend of some of the finest music I have heard. Superb festival - with great people. More please ….. ✓ Mondomix - You were absolutely incredible. Big up yourselves. Such a cracking little fest. ✓ Well done to all The MondoMix team, it was a great weekend, thank you! You guys know how to put on an event that's full of heart and soul. Other people could learn a lot from you. Loved the bands we saw and the vibe was super friendly. Looking forward to next year now ✓ Full respects to Mondomix. Great bands, lovely vibe. First festival I'm coming home from this year feeling fully refreshed. Totally recommend if you want a chilled little festival next year. Ferry home now! ✓ Loved the Mondomix great vibes from start to finish, lots of new music and bands to explore. ✓ Best weekend I've had in ages, met so many wonderful people and basked in the beautiful music, words visuals, it was poetry in motion.