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Green Man Festival 2022, Brecon Beacons, Wales
August 18 - August 21
Held in the beautiful Black Mountains, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales the four-day Green Man Festival is a must for the UK’s festival lovers this August.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the leading music and arts festival with ten areas covering a wide range of performances and activities from comedy to mindfulness, and theatre and contemporary dance to music.
Green Man Festival Line Up
Iconic electro-pioneers Kraftwerk, Michael Kiwanuka, acclaimed Baltimore duo Beach House, and eclectic party starters Metronomy will headline. Other acts include electronic duo Bicep, New York band Parquet Courts, slowcore band LOW and Kae Tempest.
The full line-up for this year’s festival can be found here.
The magic of Green Man lies not just in its scenery and music. Made up of 10 individual areas, the festival also offers a diverse range of events to accompany its incredible line-up, boasting art installations spread throughout the tranquil valley, a beer and cider tent to enjoy a crisp Welsh pint, a mini-beast themed area of discovery and exploration for the little folk and a relaxation and workshop space for the teenagers.
All this and the spectacular beauty of the Welsh countryside. Who could ask for more?
Tickets for Green Man Festival
Details of tickets can be found here. Unfortunately all tickets for the 2022 festival are sold out.
When Is the Festival?
18 to 21 August, 2022.
Green Man Festival Location
Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales.
Green Man Trust
The Green Man Trust charity extends the festival’s artistic, educational, and cultural ambitions by cultivating creative development, showcase and training opportunities within the arts, sciences and local communities. Over the last three years, 10,000+ people have been supported by Green Man Trust, £16,000 has been raised for Welsh vulnerable people affected by storm Dennis flood, £100,000 was spent to commission 223 artists during the pandemic and over 100 community projects have been supported.
Further information on the Green Man Festival
Can be found here.
Main image: credit Eric Aydin-Barberini