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The Big Moon, Villagers, Self Esteem And More Join Green Man Line Up

Tuesday, 09 July 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Green Man have unveiled the third wave of acts playing this year’s festival.

New to the bill are the Big Moon (pictured), Villagers, These New Puritans, Lamb, Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert, Snapped Ankles, Chelou, Self Esteem, Johanna Samuels, Brigid Mae Power, I.R.O.K, Meggie Brown, Eitha Da, Jerry, Peaness, PVA, Rosehip Teahouse, Wych Elm, Callum Easter, Greg Wilson, Squirrel Flower, Say Sue Me, Pet Shimmers, Dutty Disco, Broken Brass Ensemble, The Mauskovic Dance Band, Urban Folk Quartet, Sheelanagig, Old School Funky Family, Onipa, The Allergies, Blow 3.0, Amy True, Stompy's Playground, Hejira, Fitty Gomash, Boogaloo String Band, The Breathe, Malavita, Snazzback, Lydian Collective, Tetês de Pois, Fieh, Kadija Kamara, Muntu Valdo, Emily Cappell, Anna Mcluckie, Binbag Wisdom, True Strays, Beth Prior Collective, Psychadelephant, Simon Lynge, Dan Webster and Joe Fleming Band.

They join previously announced headliners Four Tet and Father John Misty, while also set to appear are Idles, Sharon Van Etten, Broken Social Scene, Stereolab, Amadou & Mariam, Maribou State, Khruangbin, and Car Seat Headrest.

The festival will return to the picturesque Glanusk Estate in the Brecon Beacons this summer to house sets from some of the biggest names in alternative music, whether it be indie, psychedelic rock, dance, folk, reggae, or Americana. It also hosts a whole other range of entertainment, including comedy, literature, theatre, and film.

 Head below to keep up to date with the latest announcements for 2019.

What? Green Man is the biggest festival in Wales, welcoming 20,000 people each year and hosting an eclectic musical line up, as well as a wide variety of other entertainment with the idyllic backdrop of the Black Mountains.

Where? Glanusk Estate, Brecon Beacons.

When? August 15 - 18.

Who? 2019's line up will be headlined by Four Tet, Father John Misty and Yo La Tengo, while also set to appear are Shy Fx, Marika Hackman, Idles, Sharon Van Etten, Eels, Marika Hackman, Bill Ryder-Jones, Ex:Re, Shy FX, the Growlers, White Fence, John Talabot, the Liminanas, Hand Habits, Yak, the Beths, Jockstrap, Bill Ryder-Jones, Ex:Re, Broken Social Scene, Stereolab, Eels, Amadou & Mariam, Maribou State, Khruangbin, Car Seat Headrest, Whitney, Big Thief, Richard Thompson, Aldous Harding, Ezra Collective, Gwenno, Steve Mason, Julia Jacklin, Sons Of Kemet, the Comet Is Coming, Yo La Tengo, the Growlers, White Fence, John Talabot, the Liminanas, Hand Habits, Yak, the Beths, Skinny Pelembe, Jockstrap, Nilufer Yanya, Lee Fields and the Expressions, Foxwarren, Jesca Hoop, James Yorkstone, Bridget St John, Tiny Ruins, Pictish Trail, Pigs x7, Bodega, Stealing Sheep, Art School Girlfriend, Pig, Molly Playton, Just Mustard, Villagers, These New Puritans, Lamb, Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert, Snapped Ankles, Chelou, Self Esteem, Johanna Samuels, Brigid Mae Power, I.R.O.K, Meggie Brown, Eitha Da, Jerry, Peaness, PVA, Rosehip Teahouse, Wych Elm, Callum Easter, Greg Wilson, Squirrel Flower, Say Sue Me, Pet Shimmers, Dutty Disco, Broken Brass Ensemble, The Mauskovic Dance Band, Urban Folk Quartet, Sheelanagig, Old School Funky Family, Onipa, The Allergies, Blow 3.0, Amy True, Stompy's Playground, Hejira, Fitty Gomash, Boogaloo String Band, The Breathe, Malavita, Snazzback, Lydian Collective, Tetês de Pois, Fieh, Kadija Kamara, Muntu Valdo, Emily Cappell, Anna Mcluckie, Binbag Wisdom, True Strays, Psychadelephant, Beth Prior Collective, Simon Lynge, Dan Webster and Joe Fleming Band, plus loads more. Head below for the full line up to date.

Tickets? Click here to get Green Man festival tickets through Stereoboard.

Head here for further details on Green Man festival.

Green Man Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri August 16 2019 - BRECON BEACONS Glanusk Estate
Sat August 17 2019 - BRECON BEACONS Glanusk Estate
Sun August 18 2019 - BRECON BEACONS Glanusk Estate

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