Wales’ largest music, science and arts festival, Green Man, today announces the day-by-day line-up for the 2024 event, in the surroundings of the Black Mountains deep in the heart of the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park from the 15th - 18th of August. 

Joining the Green Man 2024 line-up is experimental electronic music collective Kokoko!, rising Vermont-based musician Lutalo, legendary Birmingham punk group The Nightingales, and Sam Morton, the collaborative project of Oscar-nominated actor, director and writer Samantha Morton and revered producer, songwriter and XL Recordings founder Richard Russell.

Also added to the line-up are HotWax, O., HarrietJaxxon, Liz Lawrence, Michael Head & the Red Elastic Band, Sam Grassie, Plantoid, Ellie O'Neill, Toni Sancho, and the Talking Heads tribute Byrne’s Night. The Thursday line-up in the Walled Garden will once again play host to a selection of Welsh language acts, as the festival celebrates its native roots highlighting the likes of Das Koolies, Islet, The Tubs, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, Pys Melyn and Gillie. Green Man also recently announced the finalists for its annual Green Man Rising contest, which offers a slot opening the Mountain Stage to one of the most exciting rising names in music.

Welsh language artist Mari Mathias will be joined by Nature Kids, TTSSFU, Ladylike and TheOrchestra (For Now) after reaching the final round after a record-breaking 3,500 entrants. The finalists will perform at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff on 13 June, before the winner who will be decided by the festival’s panel of industry experts is announced. 

The Chai Wallahs line-up for 2024 has also been revealed, packed with acts who will fuel the merrymaking long past sundown. Amongst the names are K.O.G, known for their electrifying live sets, Spanish bass wizard Vincen Garcia, future-dub duo Omega Nebula, and the celebratory collective TC & The Groove Family. These new names join the previously announced headliners American indie folk band Big Thief, revered South London multi-hyphenate Sampha, electronic pioneer Jon Hopkins and post-punk heroes Sleaford Mods, as well as The Jesus and Mary Chain, Black Country, New Road, Devendra Banhart, Moonchild Sanelly, SHERELLE, Blonde Redhead, This Is The Kit, Blondshell, Bar Italia, Wednesday,Model/Actriz, Lambrini Girls and many more brilliant artists across the weekend. 

Made up of 10 individual areas, the festival also offers a diverse range of events to accompany its incredible line-up, boasting art installations spread throughout the tranquil valley, a beer and cider tent to enjoy a crisp Welsh pint, a Shapes-themed area of discovery and exploration for the little folk, a relaxation and workshop space for the teenagers, plus science engagement area Einstein’s Garden.

Further line ups of music, science, film, comedy & literature will be revealed in the coming months. 

Tickets for this year’s festival sold out in just two hours back in September following another brilliant weekend in the Welsh Mountains a few weeks prior.