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Once a tiny folk event attended by just a few hundred people, Green Man has grown to be one of the can’t-miss fixtures of the summer festival season. Now welcoming more than 1000's of visitors every year, the line-up reflects the attendees’ varied tastes.

Whether you’re a fan of twinkly indie, traditional folk, pulsating garage rock or ear-melting electronica, there’s probably something on the bill for you. There's also a comedy tent, pretty gardens, kids' areas and wellbeing zones, so you can chill out before the burning of the Green Man himself on the last night.

Whatever kind of festival-goer you happen to be, there’s bound to be an area that floats your boat, be it for the laughs, literature, art, science, mischief or music. So whether it’s revelling in the thumping tones of a new band, catching some illuminating literature or soaking up the sunshine with a pint of Welsh beer, you’re sure to unearth some serious magic...

Getting here: Park and Ride Passes and all drop offs. Postcode: NP8 1EA
From Abergavenny drive along the A40 towards Crickhowell. After approximately 4 miles, the Park and Ride is on your right-hand side and will be signposted.
From Crickhowell drive along the A40 towards Abergavenny. After approximately 1 mile, the Park and Ride is on your left-hand side and will be signposted.
See also: https://www.greenman.net/information/getting-here/

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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£264.00 per adult

For tickets, see: https://www.greenman.net/tickets/

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Crug Hywel | Crickhowell, CrickhowellThe historic town of Crickhowell lies on the River Usk on the southern edge of the Black Mountains in the Eastern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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Children

  • Children welcome

Map & Directions

Green Man Festival

Type:Music Festival

Crug Hywel | Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1AA
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Tel0161 813 2222

Opening Times

Season (18 Aug 2022 - 21 Aug 2022)
Thursday - SundayOpen

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