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What’s on at Green Man 2019?

Half the Sprout editorial group are off to Green Man this weekend!

Here’s a guide to what the Brecon Beacons festival has in store for music lovers this weekend.

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The Green Man Festival is held every year near Crickhowell, a small village in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It started in 2003- the 2019 Green Man will be the 19th edition. There’s music, comedy, literature and much more. It prides itself on being one of the more eco-friendly festivals, and advertises itself as being nestled among the natural beauty of the Beacons without disturbing it too much. There’s camping, but local residents can also get cheaper tickets if they promise to go home to bed at the end of the day. The press can go, for a fee, and if you can’t afford the ticket you can volunteer as a steward (which is what I’m doing!)


Here are just a few of the artists Green Man attendees will be catching…



There’s a wide range of Welsh comedians as well as comedians from further afield.


What’s a festival without a tent? For top tips on camping at festivals check out some of our articles from yesteryear…

Carys’ essential tips to survive a British music Festival:

How to deal with Festival Struggles

And here’s reviews from Tom Bevan at Green Man 2018.

Sadly we couldn’t get press this year, but Declan and I will be stewarding, and Soph will be reviewing for the Guardian (she’s gonna be busy!) so keep an eye out for us if you’re going and consider the Guardian coverage as definitive.

Cover image used: Green Man 2018- Burning the Man from Tudor.

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