Green Man Festival 17th – 20th August 2023 – Early Bird & all general tickets on sale now
Tickets & info: www.greenman.net
“No matter what lies beyond, while you are at Green Man festival, everything is briefly wonderful” – The Guardian, 5*
“This festival is that rare thing: one that leaves you more replenished and energised than when you arrived.” – The Independent, 5*
“Winding through the patchwork fields of independent festival stalwart Green Man, there’s a choose-your-own-adventure element to the site that allows you to explore unearthed treasures all over” – NME 5*
“This was a Green Man for the history books” – The Times, 4*
“This year’s event was another that proved it’s among the best festivals in the country.” – Rolling Stone UK, 4*
“Green Man’s all-inclusive spirit of embracing the unconventional remains stronger than ever” – The Quietus, 5*
Green Man Festival, Wales’ largest music, science and arts festival, today puts tickets on sale for next year’s edition, taking place from 17th-20st August 2023 in the epic surroundings of the Black Mountains, deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Details of the full line-up will be announced in early 2023.
This August’s 20th anniversary edition was the perfect encapsulation of why Green Man has been one of the most beloved festivals in the UK for the past two decades, and 2023 will see the festival return for an incredibly special weekend packed with celebration and surprises.
All tickets for Green Man 2023 are on sale now; there are a very limited number of early bird tickets available for the weekend, and once these are gone, general sale tickets will become available, so keep a watchful eye out! There will not be another ticket release for Green Man 2023, so this is the only chance to buy a ticket for the event.
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 14th August, and includes workshops, music, discounts on local heritage sites, galleries, castles and more.
Green Man 2023 Ticket Prices
Early Bird Weekend Tickets
Adult – £205
Student – £179
Accompanied Teen – £137
Little Folk 6-12 – £32
Little Folk 3-5 – £20
Infant 0-2 – £0
Early Bird Settlers Pass
Adult Settlers Pass – £258
Student Settlers Pass – £231
Accompanied Teen Settlers Pass – £179
Little Folk Settlers Pass 6-12 – £43
Little Folk Settlers Pass 3-5 – £30
Infant Settlers Pass – £0
Adult – £235
Student – £210
Accompanied Teen – £160
Little Folk 6-12 – £37
Little Folk 3-5 – £25
Infant 0-2 – £0
General Settlers Pass
Adult Settlers Pass – £300
Student Settlers Pass – £270
Accompanied Teen Settlers Pass – £210
Little Folk Settlers Pass 6-12 – £49
Little Folk Settlers Pass 3-5 – £35
Infant Settlers Pass – £0
Orange Car Park – £24
Park and Ride – £10
Settlers Pass Car Park – £35
Live In Vehicles
Campervan – £171
Motorhome – £229
Settlers Campervan – £229
Settlers Motorhome – £286
Green Man 2022 was a fantastic 20th anniversary celebration of Wales’ largest music, science and arts festival. During its 20th birthday weekend, the festival saw stellar headline performances from Kraftwerk, Metronomy, Beach House and Michael Kiwanuka, as well as brilliant sets from fan favourites including Kae Tempest, Yves Tumor, Alex G, Bicep, Arooj Aftab, Parquet Courts, Jessie Buckley & Bernard Butler and an array of Welsh talent including Gruff Rhys, Cate Le Bon, Melin Melyn, Adwaith and more.
Alongside the brilliant music, there were stimulating talks across the Babbling Tongues area from the likes of Travis Alabanza and Ash Kenazi, comedy from the rib-tickling Lolly Adefope, Shaparak Khorsandi, Mark Steel and more. The first pride parade to take place at a Welsh festival also attracted a huge crowd on Saturday afternoon, marching through the site in glorious colour to mark 50 years of Pride.
There was groundbreaking science taking place in Einstein’s Garden, including a collaboration with King’s College London on their new Weather The Weather climate change installation, and the Little Folk children’s area continued to pioneer family-centric fun at UK festivals with a broad programme of entertainment and interactive exhibitions; this year’s theme was ‘Minibeasts’.
Photo credit: Patrick Gunning