Yo La Tengo and Eels head up the latest batch of names announced for this year’s Green Man Festival. Also confirmed today are Bill Ryder-Jones, White Fence, The Liminanas, Hand Habits and Modern Nature.
MOJO are thrilled once again to be working with the seventeenth Green Man, which has long been one of our favourite music festivals. The event takes place in the Brecon Beacons between August 15 and 18, with a bill headlined by Father John Misty, Sharon Van Etten and the newly-reformed Stereolab.
Further new additions to the bill are The Growlers, Shy FX, Ex:Re, John Talabot, KOKOKO!, Marika Hackman, Yak, The Beths, Jockstrap, N0V3L, Alex Rex, Bess Atwell, Arlo Day, Dry Cleaning, Spiritcake, Mama’s Broke, George Ogilvie, Deptford Northern Soul Club andAlfresco Disco.
Look out for more Green Man announcements on MOJO, including the subject of this year’s live-onstage MOJO Interview.
Richard Thompson, Idles, Four Tet,Amadou & Mariam, Khruangbin, Big Thief, Aldous Harding, Ezra Collective, Sons Of Kemet, A Certain Ratio, Bridget St John, Gwenifer Raymond, Car Seat Headrest, Maribou State, Whitney, Steve Mason, Julia Jacklin, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Anais Mitchell, The Comet Is Coming, Gwenno, Nilufer Yanya, Kokoko!, Meic Stevens, Durand Janes & The Indications, Avi Buffalo, Pigs x7, Tiny Ruins, Hen Ogledd, Angelo De Augustine, Anna St Louis, Mapache, Skinny Pelembe, Penelope Isles, TVAM, Squid, Art School Girlfriend, Tamino, Pottery, Melena Zavala, Beabadoobee, Audiobooks Black Country New Road, Grimm Grimm, Porridge Radio, Chloe Foy and Chappaqua Wrestling.
Tickets are available now for £189. Student tickets are £163, teen tickets £121, and children (aged 5-12) £21. Settler’s Passes, allowing access to the site from Tuesday August 13, and including discounts on local heritage sites, galleries, castles and more, are also available.
See website for more information and full ticket prices: www.greenman.net