More acts have been revealed for this summer's The Green Man Festival 2014 a four day event with three days of music that takes place annually at Glanusk Park, Usk Valley, Powys, Wales.
The War on Drugs, will headline the Far Out stage on Saturday night, with The Waterboys, Neko Case, Panda Bear, Other Lives, Sun Kil Moon/Mark Kozelek, Jonathan Wilson, The 2 Bears, Mutual Benefit, Stanley Brinks, Womans Hour, Zachary Cale, Gareth Bonello, My Sad Captains, Farao, Highasakite, Famy, Michael A Grammar, We Are Catchers, and The May Birds also confirmed.
The first acts confirmed were headliners Beirut, and Neutral Milk Hotel, plus First Aid Kit, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Daughter, Polica, Anna Calvi, Sharon Van Etten, Jeffrey Lewis, I Break Horses, Tunng, Toy, Lanterns on the Lake, Ry X, Fat White Family, Speedy Ortiz, William Tyler, Frank Fairfield, Georgia Ruth, All We Are, Happyness, Plank!, Michael Chapman, Eaves, Sons of Noel & Adrian, Bill Callahan, Caribou, Real Estate, Mac Demarco, Hamilton Leithauser, Simian Mobile Disco, Angel Olsen, Boy & Bear, Nick Mulvey, Francois & The Atlas Mountains, Teleman, East India Youth, Belinda O'Hooley & Heidi Tidow, Adult Jazz, 9 Bach, Samantha Crain, Samaris, Laura Groves, Alice Boman, Hockeysmith, The Rails, Babe, and John Mouse.
Expect over 400 live performances across 17 stages. More acts are still to be announced including the Saturday night Mountain Stage headliner.
The dates for The Green Man Festival 2014 are confirmed as from Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th August, in total expect over 400 live performances across 10 areas.
Literature, film, theatre, ceilidhs, all-night bonfires, comedy and secret gigs are part of the festival's identity. The festival has carved a niche as a non-corporate and ethically-minded festival.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £159 for adults, £135 for students, £85 for teenagers (aged 13 to 17 years), and £5 for children aged 5 to 12 years, infants and 4 and under can attend free, but need a ticket. A live-in vehicle ticket is priced at £60 and a car park pass is £5 for the weekend. Prices do not include booking fees.
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