With flowers in her hair and grace in hand, the Thai dancer smiles – and what a wonderful smile. Her eyes brim with a joy only a performer can bring to stage and produces a transcendent warmth which reaches from the tip of her fingers to the audience – and all the way up into the sky.
The good energy brought to us by both performers and festival goers have finally granted us an occasion of good weather. Throughout the day, rays of sunlight shone upon the festival grounds in Motomachi park, bringing together good mood, good music and good people under the setting sun.
The last daylight lingers faintly in the crystals adorning the WMDF tree; and as the sun slowly dies out, the festival comes alive. Colorful banners and cozy lights sets the stage for the rhythms and beats of the world – and festival goers seeking to escape the chill of the night can find a bit of entertainment in the music box player at the front on their way out. The bells and cylinders of this wondrous instrument plays the tune of irony： “Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head~”.