The War On Drugs and Fleet Foxes headline the bill.
Green Man festival is set to return to the Brecon Beacons in August following on from its 15th anniversary in 2017. The festival will take place between August 16-19th and organisers have now unveiled the initial lineup.
The War On Drugs and the recently back from hiatus Fleet Foxes will perform headline sets in 2018, with the latter of which being no strangers to the festival having previously headed up the bill in 2011.
Also among the first wave of acts announced to make appearances at the Welsh festival are infamous psych stalwarts The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Public Service Broadcasting who return with their recent concept album based on the Welsh coal mining industry, Spanish electronic musician and festival favourite John Talabot, Japanese noise rockers Bo Ningen and former Woods bassist Kevin Morby.
Furthermore Grizzly Bear, Curtis Harding, Jane Weaver, Snail Mail and Alex Cameron will perform across the weekend.
View the full lineup to date below.
In addition to the aforementioned, Green Man are yet to announce Friday’s headliner and a host of other acts set to appear at the festival. Keep your eyes peeled for further announcements.
More than just a music festival, Green Man is built around 10 unique areas, offering enchanting worlds to be explored, taking in late-night revelry and day time relaxation, including a full beer and cider festival, science and discovery areas for the kids, and dedicated film, art, and literature events that run alongside the dazzling display of music.