With tickets close to selling out and five weeks to go The Green Man Festival has added Factory Floor, MeatRaffle, Loose Meat, H.Hawkline, Laura J Martin, Farm Hand, Tender Prey, Droor, Plu, Ysgol Sul, Bryde, Ani Glass, Paradisia, HMS Morris, Fish, Janileigh Cohen, Hippies Vs Ghosts, Uumar, Kidsmoke, Climbing Trees, Valleyers, Tom Low, Goat Girl, and DJs Huw Stephens, Tom Ravenscroft, and Pete Fowler to it's line-up.
Also added to the bill for Chai Wallahs are Gypsies of Bohemia, Agbeko, The Gene Dudley Group, Cocos Lovers, The Gin Bowlers, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow, Scarecrow, Dojo, Inc.A, Time for T, Waterbirds, K.O.G & the Zongo Brigade, Jenna & the G's, and The Eskies.
Previously announced headliners Belle & Sebastian, James Blake, Laura Marling, and Wild Beasts are joined by Warpaint, Grandaddy, Kamasi Washington, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Dungen, Gengahr, Yorkston / Thorn / Khan, The Moonlandingz, Awesome Tapes From Africa, White Denim, Battles, Floating Points, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Jason Isbell, Julia Holter, Michael Rother, Songhoy Blues, Ezra Furman, Jagwar Ma, Cate Le Bon, Fat White Family, The Weather Station, Emma Pollock, Whitney, Gun Outfit, The Magnetic North, The Membranes, Fews, Amber Arcades, Steven James Adams, Oliver Coates, Miracle Legion, Lush, Connan Mockasin, Charlotte Church's Late Night Pop Dungeon, Vessels, Blanck Mass, Malcolm Middleton, Black Peaches, Pete Paphides, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, Haiku Salut, Exploded View, Bill Baird, Margaret Glaspy, Sea Pinks, Meilir Tomos, Matt Maltese, Earth Recordings, Akua Naru, 47soul, Asbo Disco, By The Rivers, The Carny Villains, ChainSka Brassika, The Diplomats of Sound DJs, The Future Dub Project, Gringo Ska, Guts, Hot Feet, Luke Potter, Makuti, Parker & Moneyshot, Sam Green & The Midnight Heist, Sheelanagig, Spinx, The Urban Folk Quartet, Will Varley, The Besnard Lakes, Nikki Lane, Phil Cook, Joan Shelley, Meilyr Jones, Daniel Norgren, Trader Horne, Formation, Mothers, Sunflower Bean, Kelly Lee Owens, Palace Winter, Ardyn, Deep Throat Choir, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Tindersticks, The Unthanks, Slow Club, Suuns, BEAK>, Kevin Morby, Cavern Of Anti-Matter, Cigarettes After Sex, BC Camplight, Pictish Trail, Sam Lee, Clare Maguire, The Oh Hellos, All Them Witches, Wesley Gonzalez, Trevor Sensor, Flamingods, I See Rivers, Baba Naga, and more.
In total expect over 400 live performances across 17 stages.
For the line-up details as available see The Green Man Festival line-up page.
Now in its 14th year, the festival takes place at Glanusk Park, Usk Valley, Powys, in Wales. The dates for The Green Man Festival 2016 are from Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st August.
The Green Man Festival is a four day event with three days of music. There are still many more acts to be confirmed, including the other headliner, expect over 400 live performances across 17 stages.
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 £175 for adults, £150 for students, £105 for teenagers (aged 13 to 17 years), and £20 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 £75-£90 and a car park pass is £10 for the weekend. Prices do not include booking fees.
Organisers have also introduced a Settler's Pass, an all-in-one holiday and festival ticket, offering seven days of camping AND entry to the festival fat the following, all-inclusive prices:
An Adult Settler's Pass is priced at £220, a Student Settler's Pass £195, Teen Settler's Pass £150, Child Settler's Pass £30, and Infant Settler's Pass is free. A live-in vehicle ticket is priced at £SOLD OUT and a car park pass is £15 for the weekend.
Ticket sold out in the beginning of June last year.
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