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 from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd October 2016.
Ailsa Tully, Amber Arcades, Bad Breeding, Bad Vibes, Chelou, David Ian Roberts, Dingus Khan, Dream Wife, Drowners, Duski, Ellie Makes Music, Garden Centre, Grace, Gwenno (DJ Set), Hidden Charms, Island, Ivan Moult, Jim Ghedi & Toby Hay, Jordan Mackampa, Leif Erikson, Let's Eat Grandma, Little Arrow, Love of Everything, Lovers Open Fire, Lower Slaughter, Lush Purr, Maddie Jones, Mat Riviere, Matt Davies & The Secret Show, Matt Maltese, My Name Is Ian, Peaness, Quiet Marauder, Rews, Rhain, Right Hand, Left Hand, Scott And Charlene's Wedding, Shame, Soul Structure, Strong Asian Mothers, Superglu, Tensheds, The Vryll Society, and Truckers Of Husk.
The first acts confirmed were All Tvvins, Alun Gaffey, Ani Glass, April Towers, Bryde, Chorusgirl, Crows, Derrero, Falls, Fenne Lily, Field Studies, Gallops, Giorgio Tuma, Girl Ray, Himalayas, Kayla Painter, Lonely the Brave, Mandy, Martha Ffion, Meilyr Jones, Melys, MiNNETONKA, Mumbleman, Palace Winter, She Drew The Gun, Silent Forum, Sports Team, Spring King, Tail Feather, The Cradles, The Gentle Good, Tigana, We’re No Heroes, Winter Coat, Wolf Girl, and Yan Hender.
Tickets are priced at £55 for adults or £10 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 Festival 2016 will be hosted across various venues in and around the centre of Cardiff, including Venues Buffalo, Castle Emporium, Clwb Ifor Bach, Four Bars at Dempseys, Gwdihu, O’Neill’s, Ten Feet Tall, The Moon Club, Tramshed, and Undertone.
There will be more information here when it becomes available.
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