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The Green Man Festival 2015
Glanusk Park, Crickhowell

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The very first Green Man Festival occurred in 2003 taking place at Craig Y Nos Castle in the Brecon Beacons on the 25th August. It was a small one day festival that as well as providing some great music also featured various artists, short films, literature alongside kids making cardboard instruments.

Since then it's gone from strength to strength,  you'll find 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 mouth watering cuisine most of which is locally sourced and organic.

The local cider is served from an array of quirky bars dotted around the site with the only 24-hour drinks license at a UK festival, serving everything from real ale, wine, hot toddies to cocktails.

Line up includes

St. Vincent, Hot Chip, Goat, Calexico, Charles Bradley, Father John Misty, Mew, The Staves, Sun Ra Arkestra, Courtney Barnett, The Fall, Shovels & Rope, The Wave Pictures, Hookworms, Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve, Sylvan Esso, Waxahatchee, Son Lux, Matthew E White, Owen Pallett, Viet Cong, Steve Gunn, Richard Dawson, Alasdair Roberts, Songhoy Blues, Zun Zun Egui, Jane Weaver, Slug, BC Camplight, Ryley Walker, Trust Fund, Corey Bowen, Super Furry Animals, Slowdive, Television, Public Service Broadcasting, Jamie XX, Temples, The Leisure Society, Marika Hackman, Dan Deacon, White Fence, Natalie Prass, Sturgill Simpson, The Pictish Trail & Sweet Baboo, Emmy The Great, Peter Broderick, This Is The Kit, Kiran Leonard, The 2 Bears, Ultimate Painting, H Hawkline, Zefur Wolves, Strand of Oaks, Hooton Tennis Club, The Drink, Meilyr Jones, Alex Burey, Atomic Bomb! The Music of William Onyeobor, Villagers, Patrick Watson, The Antlers, Teleman, All We Are, Meic Stevens, Black Yaya, Tom Robinson Band, Midland, Colorama, C Duncan, Landshapes, Hannah Lou Clark, Rozi Plain, Vok, Aurora, Anna B Savage, Deep Throat Choir, Benedict Benjamin, Declan McKenna, Toby Hay, Emily Davies, Palenco, Jungle By Night, Dizraeli & The Small Gods, Syd Arthur, Birth of Joy, Stuff, Fingathing, Low Leaf, Cocos Lovers, Loyle Carner, The Moulettes, Will Varley, Moneyshot & Cheeba, Sam Brookes, Sola Rosa, Bombs, Gringo Ska, Gypsies of Bohemia.


Huw Stephens, Tom Ravenscroft, Nothing Is,

Ticket Information

Adult weekend tickets cost £165 for adults, £140 for students, £100 for 13 to 17 year olds, £15 for children aged 5 to 12 years, under 4 can attend free but need a ticket. A live-in vehicle ticket is £70 and a car park pass is £5 for the weekend. 

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:

An Adult Settler's Pass costs £210, a Student Settler's Pass £185, Teen Settler's Pass £145, Child Settler's Pass £15, under 4s are free. A live-in vehicle ticket is priced at £70 and a car park pass is £10 for the weekend.
Where can I find The Green Man Festival?
Glanusk Park
Brecon Beacons National Park
United Kingdom

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