Tickets for the idyllic Welsh festival have sold-out in record time this year.
The alternative event, now in its 15th year, boats an amazing array of talent, with acts such as PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams and Future Islands all on the bill.
Joining them is former Oasis bassist Andy Bell and his band, Ride. Critics favourite Michael Kiwanuka will also perform alongside acts such as Julian Cope, formerly of Teardrop Explodes, Kate Tempest and Seaford Mods.
If by surprise, music isn’t your sole focus over the weekend, you can visit Mountain’s Foot, described as the festival’s Mecca.
Comedy events and intriguing discussion will take place at the Babbling Tongues, so expect to be enlightened upon your visit there.
There’s something for the kids too, whether it be science-based Einstein’s Garden or legend themed fun in Little Folk.
Booze enthusiasts will also revel at the festival’s own Cider and Beer festival at the Courtyard. Yes, you heard it, a festival in a festival!
If staying up late and partying is your bag, wander off into Far Out, as they will host the most memorable parties you will ever experience.
With surprises still to be announced, ticket holders can expect to be wooed yet further with more announcements to come.
As well as pub quizzes, workshops, stargazing and wildlife drawing, festival goers can even upgrade to a ‘Settlers Pass’ for £45, enabling you to stay Monday through Sunday, for the ultimate festival experience.
Despite selling-out, those who didn’t get tickets can still attend the Green Man Boat Party, although tickets are selling fast for the sea based adventure, with the line-up expected very soon.
Green Man festival takes place in Glanusk Park, Usk Valley, Powys, Wales over the weekend of 17-20 August, 2017.
Image courtesy of the Green Man Twitter Page.