Ten Top Tips are tricky to put together when there's so much greatness happening over one weekend but I've done my best and here it is... http://tessriley.wordpress.com/2013/08/06/10-top-tips-for-green-man-festival-2013/ If you're off to Brecon, enjoy and see you in a Welsh field soon!
Until Mon Aug 18
© Nick Foard
Time Out says
Posted: Thu Feb 20 2014
Caribou, Bill Callahan, Anna Calvi, Beirut, Mac Demarco, Simian Mobile Disco, Angel Olsen, Real Estate, Neutral Milk Hotel, First Aid Kit, Poliça, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Daughter, Toy, Jeffery Lewis and the Jrams, Fat White Family, Speedy Oritz, Tunng, I Break Horses, Sharon Van Etten, Frank Fairfield, Lanterns on the Lake, Michael Chapman.
Green Man wins our unofficial prize for best festival setting: it's in the beautiful parkland setting of the Black Mountains (not usually open to the public), nestled in the resplendent Brecon Beacons. The beauteous, chlorophyllic location underlines the festival's staunchly eco-friendly ethos, and the predominately folkie bill befits the vibe. Still, there's no purism here, with plugged-in bands and electro DJs playing alongside earthy, autoharp-wielding balladeers. As part of its annual commitment to home-grown, organic talent, Green Man run a competition for an unsigned band to open the festival.