The Green Man Festival has confirmed it will go ahead between Thursday 19th and Sunday 22nd August 2021, at Glanusk Park, Usk Valley, Powys, Wales. The full line-up has been announced, including Mountain Stage headliners Caribou, Mogwai, and Fontaines D.C..
The Thursday will be headlined by Little Dragon on the Far Out Stage, and will also see: Working Men's Club, Puma Blue, PVA, Yard Act, Matilda Mann, Wet Leg, Jockstrap, Alabaster dePlume, Falle Nioke, Aoife Nessa Frances, and The Cool Greenhouse.
Other acts appearing across the weekend are: Django Django, Fontaines D.C., Gruff Rhys, This Is The Kit, Kokoroko, Nadine Shah, Boy Azooga, Thundercat, The Staves, Nubya Garcia, Steam Down, Matt Maltese, Billie Marten, The Surfing Magazines, Big Joanie, H.Hawkline, Nuha Ruby Ra, Richard Dawson, Yazmin Lacey, Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita, Gwenifer Raymond, Shame, Georgia, Goat Girl, Los Bitchos, Wu-Lu, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, The Lounge Society, JOHN, Kelly Lee Owens, Ross From Friends, Jose Gonzalez, Black Midi, LUMP, BC Camplight, Newdad, Emma-Jean Thackray, Delilah, Peaness, DJ Rap, Giant Swan, Teenage Fanclub, Self Esteem, The Maytals Band, Snapped Ankles, Porridge Radio, Crack Cloud, King Hannah, Lyr, Overmono, Hannah Holland, Jockstrap, Alabaster dePlume, Falle Nioke, Aoife Nessa Frances, The Cool Greenhouse, Viagra Boys, Greentea Peng, Vanishing Twin, Sarathy Korwar, Liz Lawrence, Stephen Fretwell, Katy J Pearson, Home Counties, Fenne Lily, Charlotte Church's Late Night Pop Dungeon, Hen Ogledd, Pictish Trail, The Orielles, Sinead O'Brien, Tony Njoku, Ed Dowie, Peggy Sue, Studio Electrophonique, Loraine James, Gwenno, Marisa Anderson, Deep Throat Choir, Erland Cooper, Phoebe Green, Broadside Hacks, The Golden Dregs, Speedboat, Deptford Northern Soul Club, Egyptian Blue, Lazarus Kane, Martha Skye Murphy, Tina, Pet Deaths, Sister Wives, Modern Woman, Hanya, Do Nothing, The Goa Express, Laundromat, Prima Queen, Melin Melyn, Bugs, Gonhill, Roscoe Roscoe, Drug Store Romeos, Caroline, Panic Shack, Blood Wizard, Iwan Rweon, Duski, Huw Stephens, Adam Walton, Birthday Club, Big Jeff, Art School Girlfriend, Alfresco Disco, Hot Singles Club, and The Robots.
For a full list of announced acts including day and stage splits, please see the line-up page.
As well as the music there will be art installations, literature and film tents, Welsh poetry, art and music, ceilidhs, poetry, theatre, science, comedy, Nature and Nurture massage area, a daily dusk till dawn bonfire, impromptu jamming sessions, and food stalls offering a wide range of cuisine most of which is locally sourced and organic. The festival also has an array of quirky bars dotted around the site with the a 24 hour drinks licence, serving everything from real ale and cider, wine, to hot toddies, and cocktails.
Tickets have sold out and were priced as follows:-
adult weekend: £195
student weekend: £170
Teen (13-17) weekend: £130
Little folk (5-12) weekend: £30
infant: free (but needs ticket)
car parking: £20
All tickets include camping.
There will be a potential resale at 10am on Tuesday 27th July.
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