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April 2020
Festivals

Michael Kiwanuka, Caribou, Mac DeMarco and Little Dragon are all set for Green Man 2020

The festival runs from Thursday 20th to Sunday 23rd August in the Brecon Beacons, Wales.
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Published: 10:37 am, January 29, 2020
Michael Kiwanuka, Caribou, Mac DeMarco and Little Dragon are all set for Green Man 2020

Green Man has announced the first details for this year's festival.

With general sale tickets on sale now, the Welsh event will play host to the likes of Michael Kiwanuka, Caribou, Mac DeMarco and Little Dragon.

There's also places on the bill for Goldfrapp, Thundercat, Agnes Obel, Parquet Courts, Ty Segall, Black Midi, Shame, Gruff Rhys, (Sandy) Alex G, Nadine Shah, The Murder Capital, Torres, Matt Maltese, The Orielles, Boy Azooga, Working Men's Club and loads more.

Talking about the festival, Dan Snaith aka Caribou says “There's a kind of magic about Green Man - both that I've experienced myself in the past and that I hear about from friends who go every year. I feel very lucky that we're going to headline this year - it's one of this year's shows that I'm most excited about. Hopefully we can bring along a bit of magic of our own.”

Green Man 2020 runs from Thursday 20th to Sunday 23rd August in the Brecon Beacons, Wales.

The full list of names announced reads: Michael Kiwanuka, Caribou, Mac DeMarco, Little Dragon, Goldfrapp, Thundercat, Agnes Obel, Parquet Courts, Ty Segall & Freedom Band, Lucinda Williams, Black Midi, Shame, Lump, Gruff Rhys, This is the Kit, (Sandy) Alex G, Kokoroko, Nadine Shah, Moon Duo, Giant Swan, Sudan Archives, Richard Dawson, Lankum, V**gra Boys, The Murder Capital, Torres, Matt Maltese, Otoboke Beaver, Boy Azooga, Charlotte Adigery, Vanishing Twin, The Orielles, Tropical F Storm, Steam Down, Sarathy Korwal, Emma-Jean Thackray, RVG, Corridor, Working Mens Club, Liz Lawrence, Bambara, Porridge Radio, John, Nap Eyes, Fenne Lily, Alabaster Duplume, Deep Throat Choir, Katy J Pearson, Aoife Nessa Frances, Honey Harper, Sinead O’Brien, Caroline, Do Nothing, Egyptian Blue, The Goa Express, Lazarus Kane, Lazy Day, Melin Melyn, Prima Queen, Rina Mushonga, Ruthie, Studio Electrophonique

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