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Tickets for Green Man Festival 2024 set to go on sale

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Green Man Festival, Wales’ largest music, science and arts festival announces that all tickets for its 2024 event will be going on sale at 10am next Saturday, 30th September. Green Man 2024 is set to take place from 15th – 18th August 2024 in the epic surroundings of the Black Mountains, deep in the heart of the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, and details of the full line-up will be announced in early 2024.

Managing director and owner of Green Man festival Fiona Stewart shares: “Thank you for the wonderful feedback we received from those who joined us at Green Man 2023, it means so much to us. The Green Man team of creatives, dreamers and makers have already got great plans for next year’s festival, so if you want to join us again or for the first time you will always get a warm Welsh welcome at Green Man.”

All tickets for Green Man 2024 will be on sale on 30th September and are expected to sell quickly, after Green Man 2023 sold out in a record two hours. There will not be another ticket release for Green Man 2024, so this is the only chance to buy a ticket. Tickets will be available via Ticketline’s website.

For those looking for the full Green Man experience, the Settlers Pass turns the festival into a week-long holiday, allowing early access to the site from Monday 12th August, and includes workshops, music, discounts on local heritage sites, galleries, castles and more.

2023’s brilliant edition of Green Man was yet another display of why the festival is one of the most beloved festivals in the UK. Across the weekend the festival saw stellar headline performances from Spiritualized, DEVO, Self Esteem and First Aid Kit, as well as memorable sets from fan favourites including Amyl & the Sniffers, Slowdive, Young Fathers, The Walkmen, Confidence Man, Goat, The Comet Is Coming, Jockstrap, Sudan Archives, Obongjayar and an array of Welsh talent including Melin Melyn, The Gentle Good, Rogue Jones, Hyll and more.

Alongside the brilliant music, there were stimulating talks across the Babbling Tongues area from the likes of Harriet Gibsone and Ash Kenazi, comedy from the rib-tickling Sean McLoughlin, Amy Mason, Scott Bennett and more. There was innovative, audience-friendly science taking place in Einstein’s Garden, fun for the younger members of the Green Man family at the Ancient Egypt-themed Little Folk area, Green Man’s second annual Pride march, and football fans were treated to a live screening of the tense FIFA Women’s World Cup final in the Cinedrome tent on Sunday.