Green Man Festival is an music festival held at Glanusk Estate, Brecon Beacons, Wales, in August.
Formed in 2003, the festival features a plethora of musical styles, such as psychedelic rock, indie, dance, folk, reggae, americana, as well as a range of other entertainment, like literature, comedy acts, theatre, and film, the festival is the biggest in Wales and sees a crowd of 20,000 showing up every year to party at what’s described as a ‘non-corporate’, ‘ethical’, and environmentally-friendly festival.
The festival has seen performances from the likes of St Vincent and Hot Chip, Goat, Calexico, Charles Bradley, Father John Misty, Courtney Barnett, The Fall, The Staves, Mew, The Wave Pictures, Hookworms, Belle and Sebastian, Wild Beasts, James Blake, White Denim, Battles, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Jason Isbell, Julia Holter, Ezra Furman, Jagwa Mar, Cate Le Bon, Fat White Family and many more.
Green Man Festival returns in 2018 to the Glanusk Estate in the Brecon Beacons in August with The War On Drugs and Fleet Foxes headlining.
Also announced for the line up are John Grant, Grizzly Bear, Public Service Broadcasting, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, Dirty Projectors, Mount Kimbie, the Lemon Twigs, Kevin Morby, John Talabot, Baxter Dury, Curtis Harding Alex Cameron, Teleman, Phoebe Bridgers, Courtney Marie Andrews, Jane Weaver, Beak, Goat Girl, and more! Catch them all live by checking out the festival dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Fri 24th Aug 2018
According to the weather forecast, we’re getting lows of 12 degrees and frequent showers, which isn’t what anyone wants to hear in the days running up to a festival. Particularly as we’ve just sweated through the hottest summer since 1976. Mac and wellies at the ready (with the suncream left at home in protest), stepping through the door was an exercise in mentally preparing for a long weekend of feeling soaked to the bone. But Green Man doesn’t allow for moping.