Green Man festival is delighted to announce the first wave of acts set to perform in 2018. The festival will once again take place in the stunning surroundings of the Black Mountains, deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons.
Green Man has a lot to offer aside from music and is spread across 10 unique areas, offering exciting worlds to be explored. The festival takes in late-night revelry and day time relaxation, boasts a full beer and cider festival, science and discovery areas for the kids, and dedicated film, art, and literature events and a dazzling display of music.
Festival-goers should know early-bird tickets tend to sell out in record time, also this year’s festival will be as busy and brilliant as ever-before, welcoming a an array of talent from all over the globe to its stunning Welsh home in the heart of the Black Mountains.
Tickets are now on sale, and festival organisers expect another sold out event such as last years, they recommend buying tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment! Also on sale now are the Settler’s Passes, the special tickets allow early access to the site from Monday 13th August, and include discounts on local heritage sites, galleries, castles and much more.
The Green Man festival line-up so far looks like this:
The War On Drugs / Fleet Foxes / John Grant / Grizzly Bear
Public Service Broadcasting / Dirty Projectors / Mount Kimbie
The Brian Jonestown Massacre / The Lemon Twigs / Kevin Morby / John Talabot / Baxter Dury / Teleman / Phoebe Bridgers / Courtney Marie Andrews / Curtis Harding / Jane Weaver / Beak> / Goat Girl / Bo Ningen / Xylouris White / Marlon Williams / Shannon Lay / Omni / Duds / Charles Watson / Boy Azooga / Ider / Jade Bird / Seamus Fogarty / Juanita Stein / Haley Heynderickx / Jim Ghedi / Sorry / Stella Donnelly / Haze
Green Man festival takes place in Brecon Beacons between 16th and 19th August.