Beirut, Neutral Milk Hotel, Kurt Vile, Jeffrey Lewis, Daughter, and Tunng for Green Man 2014

Beirut, Neutral Milk Hotel, Kurt Vile, Jeffrey Lewis, Daughter, and Tunng for Green Man 2014

Green Man Festival have annouced the first wave of names for its 2014 event they include Beirut, Neutral Milk Hotel, First Aid Kit, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Daughter, Anna Calvi, Sharon Van Etten, Polica, Jeffrey Lewis, Tunng and Toy are leading the headlong, hedonistic rush to the beautiful Black Mountains this summer – we’d love you to join them!

Grab your Green Man 2014 tickets here.

Green Man 2014 ticket prices

Adults £159
Students £135
Teens £85
Little Folk £5
Infants FREE
Live-in Vehicles £70
Parking £5

Here’s what they say:

“We can’t wait to welcome back multi-talented Zach Condon and Beirut as they headline the Mountain Stage on Friday August 14th. Their amazing 2010 set is the stuff of whispered legend among the Green Man faithful…

And what better way to close four days of five-star live music than with a Sunday headline set from Neutral Milk Hotel, one of the great US alt-rock bands of the 1990s, back together in their classic line-up led by the mercurial Jeff Magnum?

A ticket for Green Man 2014 also gives you…

Harmonies as pure as a Scandinavian stream from Swedish sisters First Aid Kit, skuzzy stoner-rock from Kurt Vile & The Violators, nocturnal atmospherics from the soon-to-be-massive Daughter, and epic raw emotion from Anna Calvi.

…not to mention…

Brooklyn indie-folk favourite Sharon Van Etten, genius cult hero Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams, blissful folktronica from Tunng and moody krautrockers Toy.

…and ALL these unbelievable bands…

I Break Horses |Ry X | Lanterns on the Lake | Frank Fairfield | Fat White Family | William Tyler | Michael Chapman | Speedy Ortiz | Georgia Ruth | All We Are | Happyness | Plank! | Eaves | Sons of Noel & Adrian | Valleyers | John Mouse

…plus loads more acts to coming soon including our Saturday headliner”

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