Green Man Festival, Wales’ largest music festival, today puts its first tickets on sale for next year’s 18th edition, taking place 20-23 August 2020. A limited number of Early Bird Tickets for the weekend, as well as Settler’s Passes, are on sale now via www.greenman.net. Last year, tickets sold out in record time, once again proving that Green Man continues to be one of the UK’s favourite festivals as it bucks wider trends year on year.
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 17 August, and includes workshops, music, discounts on local heritage sites, galleries, castles and more.
The first line-up announcement for the 2020 festival will take place early next year.
Green Man 2020 ticket prices
Weekend Tickets – Early Bird
Adult Ticket £180.00
Student Ticket £155.00
Teen Ticket (13-17 yrs) £115.00
Little Folk (5-12 yrs) £28.00
Infant Ticket (0-4 yrs) £0.00
Orange Car Park £20.00
Park and Ride £5.00
Settler’s Pass – Early Bird
Adult Settlers £230.00
Student Settlers £205.00
Teen Settlers £160.00
Little Folk (5-12yrs) Settlers £37.00
Infant (0-4 yrs) Settlers £0.00
Car Park Settlers £30.00
Campervan Settlers £120.00
Motorhome Settlers £150.00
2019’s festival sold out in record time, welcoming 20,000 returning Green Man fans and newcomers to the foot of the stunning Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons. They were treated to headline performances from Father John Misty, Four Tet and Yo La Tengo, alongside a stellar line up of music, theatre, comedy, science and arts.
Away from the music stages, the festival’s pioneering science and education area, Einstein’s Garden, once again showcased discussions, stalls and experiments for kids and adults alike, and Green Man welcomed a unique programme of Visual Art including spellbinding installations from Hazel Brill, Sean Harris and Jennifer Taylor. This year’s jam-packed Cinedrome schedule included the acclaimed Wild Rose, starring Jessie Buckley, as well as showings of old classics including Thelma and Louise.
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 Outer Space. Our Welsh Beer & Cider Festival in The Courtyard kept festival-goers lubricated with the finest local beverages, with more than 150,000 pints being sunk across the weekend.