Swn is a showcase of some of the best music from Wales and from around the world alongside DJs, film and art, held throughout Cardiff. The event was started by DJ Huw Stephens.
This year Swn Festival returns to Cardiff on the weekend of Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th November 2015. A little later than usual due to the Rugby World Cup.
Latest additions to be announced are Du Blonde, Misty Miller, Artefact, Ultimate Painting, Breichiau Hir, Cristobal And The Sea, Crows An Wra, Human Hands, Man Of Moon, Nudes, Personal Best, The Magic Gang, The Prettiots, Trust Fund, Wall, Wasters, Weddings, Zac Thomas, Arms Like Legs, Bright Young People, Chapel Row, Into The Dark, Jodie Abacus, Kaycee, Lovers Open Fire, Luk, Nineteen Fifty-Eight, Pretty Vicious, The Cradles, The School, They Is They Is They Is, Upbeat Sneakers, Will Joseph Cook, and Ysgol Sul.
The first acts confirmed were Pixx, The Go! Team, Ekkah, Baby Brave, Remembering August, Alex Burey, Vant, Traams, Danielle Lewis, The Jacques, Dingus Khan, Fews, Quiet Marauder, Fickle Friends, Michael Rault, Rebecca Clements, Tree Of Wolves, 5th Spear, Aled Rheon, Barberos, Baron La Croix, Beach Baby, Beach Fatigue, Bearfoot Beware, Boris A Bono, Brik Pho, Clean Cut Kid, Climbing Trees, Cold Committee, Connah Evans, Cotton Wolf, Dan Bettridge, David Roberts, Declan McKenna, Delyth McLean, Elle Mary & The Bad Men, Fains, Flyte, Hannah Grace, HMS Morris, Honey Moon, Hooton Tennis Club, How I Faked The Moon Landing, Jim Ghedi, Keston Cobblers Club, Lazy Day, Life, Lusts, Mechanical Owl, Mellt, Nick Jonah Davis, Oh Peas!, Palace, Peaness, Peasant's King, Plastic Mermaids, Protomartyr, RedFaces, Robyn Sherwell, Sam Russo, Seafret, Simon Love & The Old Romantics, Skinny Girl Diet, Tender Prey, The Big Moon, The Orielles, Toby Hay, Tuff Love, Twisted, Violet Skies, Wayuls, White Noise Sound, Y Reu, and Yr Eira.
For the line-up details and day splits as available see the Swn Festival line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £42 adults, or £21 for those aged 14-17 years. There’s some restrictions on which venues can be accessed and until what time if you’re under 18
Swn wristbands also give access to Everything Everything and Stealing Sheep on Saturday at Cardiff University Students Union.
Swn Festival 2015 will be hosted across various venues in and around the centre of Cardiff, details to be announced.
The co-hosts for 2015 have not yet been announced.
There will be more information here when it becomes available.
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