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GREEN MAN FESTIVAL announce Michael Kiwanuka as first 2022 headliner; early bird tickets on sale now for 20th anniversary festival 18th-21st August 2022

GREEN MAN FESTIVAL

20th anniversary festival

18th-21st August 2022

Michael Kiwanuka announced as first headliner

Early bird tickets on sale now

a magical mixture of cosmic rock, alt-folk, ecstatic jazz and sanitised hands-in-the-air club music.” – The Guardian, 5*

“Green Man’s wildly varied pick of music, science, comedy and literature feels like gorging on a cornucopia of joy” – iPaper, 5*

“a weekend of joy and returning normality”NME, 5*

“Green Man has stayed true to its roots as a safe haven for surreal, psychedelic, left-field artists.”The Times, 4*

“Green Man captured everything a festival could and should strive to be; a shimmering, safe haven of community and connection” – Crack Magazine

“It’s always been among Britain’s very best festivals” – The Quietus

Tickets & info: www.greenman.net

Green Man Festival, Wales’ largest music festival today announces the first details of next year’s 20th anniversary edition, taking place from 18th-21st August 2022. Last month’s triumphant return reminded festival goers why Green Man is one of the UK’s most beloved festivals and 2022 will see the festival return for an incredibly special weekend packed with celebration and surprises.

Today Green Man name Mercury Prize winning, BRIT and Grammy award nominated Michael Kiwanuka as the festival’s first 2022 headliner. Kiwanuka will play a set of beloved tracks from his acclaimed 2019 album KIWANUKA, as well as his breakthrough records Love & Hate and Home Again. Elevated by his expansive new material alongside older favourites, Kiwanuka’s fourth appearance at the festival will this time be as a worthy and mesmerising headliner. The full line-up announcement for the 2022 festival will take place next year.

Managing director and owner of Green Man festival Fiona Stewart says “We’re so excited about Green Man’s 20th birthday and we’re planning to celebrate his big anniversary with lots of wonderful surprises and the best party ever!”

Tickets for 2022’s Green Man festival are on sale now; there are a very limited number of early bird tickets available for the weekend, and once these are gone, general sale tickets will become available, so keep a watchful eye out!

For those looking for the full Green Man experience, the Settler’s Pass turns the festival into a week-long holiday, allowing early access to the site from Monday 15th August, and includes workshops, music, discounts on local heritage sites, galleries, castles and more.

Buy tickets for Green Man Festival 2022 here

Green Man 2022 ticket prices

Weekend Tickets – Early Bird

Adult £195 

Student £170

Teen Tier 1 (13-17) £130

Little Folk (5-12) £30

Infant (0-4) £0

Settler’s Pass – Early Bird

Adult £245 

Student £220

Teen Tier 1 (13-17) £170

Little Folk (5-12) £40

Infant (0-4) £0

General Weekend

Adult £210 

Student £183

Teen Tier 1 (13-17) £140

Teen Tier 2 (13-17) £210

Little Folk (5-12) £32

Infant (0-4) £0

Campervan £150 

Motorhome £200

General Settlement

Adult £264 

Student £237

Teen Tier 1 (13-17) £183

Teen Tier 2 (13-17) £264

Little Folk (5-12) £43

Infant (0-4) £0

Green Man 2021 was a successful return for the festival after 2020’s forced cancellation, welcoming 20,000 returning Green Man fans and newcomers back to the foot of the stunning Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons. They were treated to outstanding performances from headliners Mogwai, Caribou, Fontaines D.C. and Tirzah, while Thundercat, Self Esteem and Black Midi provided stand out moments alongside a fantastic line-up of music, theatre, comedy, science and arts.

Away from the music, the festival’s pioneering science and education area, Einstein’s Garden, once again showcased discussions, stalls and experiments for children and adults alike, and Green Man welcomed a unique programme of Visual Art including installations that looked deeply into the natural world from artists Gweni Llwyd, Freya Dooley, Beth Kettel, and Kristina Pulejkova.

Green Man’s Babbling Tongues area hosted a wealth of literature, talks and musical debates during the day, and a stellar line-up of comedy talent at night. The Little Folk children’s area continues to pioneer family-centric fun at UK festivals with a broad programme of entertainment and interactive exhibitions; this year’s theme was the prehistoric ‘Land Before’.

Green Man Festival

Now in its 19th year, Green Man Festival is an award-winning, independent music, arts, comedy and science festival held in the breathtaking surroundings of the Brecon Beacons, Wales. Headlining this year’s event were Tirzah, Caribou, Mogwai, Fontaines D.C., and the festival is comprised of ten unique areas – from comedy, literature to mindfulness, theatre and contemporary dance. 

Green Man Trust 

Green Man Festival is a melting pot of Welsh, national and international artistic talent and a creator of opportunities. 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.

www.greenman.net/

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Martin Bone - Editor-in-Chief

Martin is a founding member of Patchchord News and is Director & Editor-in-Chief for PCN Magazine / Patchchord News Martin also is a Freelance Photographer and lives in the Scottish Borders Scotland. Martin also specialises in Commercial Photography in Music & Events, Sports and Portrait Photography and Video. Also the Official Photographer for Football Club Maybole Juniors.
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