Mac DeMarco, Michael Kiwanuka and Caribou to play Green Man Festival

Nadine Shah, Shame and Viagra Boys are also among the new names confirmed.

Photo: Luke Hannaford

Back for its 18th year in the Black Mountains of the Brecon Beacons, Wales’ Green Man festival has just revealed their stunning 2020 lineup.

Set to take place on 20th - 23rd August, Michael Kiwanuka and Mac DeMarco are returning to the festival, with Caribou set to make his grand comeback too. “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,” Dan Snaith says. “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.”

Elsewhere Shame, The Murder Capital, Do Nothing, Sinead O’Brien, The Orielles and loads more faves will be performing, so it’s really a no-brainer as to whether you should go or not…

Tickets are on sale now, and you can check out the full line up below:

Michael Kiwanuka


Mac DeMarco

Little Dragon



Agnes Obel

Parquet Courts

Ty Segall & Freedom Band

Lucinda Williams

Black Midi



Gruff Rhys

This is the Kit

(Sandy) Alex G


Nadine Shah

Moon Duo

Giant Swan

Sudan Archives

Richard Dawson


Viagra Boys

The Murder Capital


Matt Maltese

Otoboke Beaver

Boy Azooga

Charlotte Adigery

Vanishing Twin

The Orielles

Tropical F Storm

Steam Down

Sarathy Korwal

Emma-Jean Thackray



Working Mens Club

Liz Lawrence


Porridge Radio


Nap Eyes

Fenne Lily

Alabaster Duplume

Deep Throat Choir

Katy J Pearson

Aoife Nessa Frances

Honey Harper

Sinead O’Brien


Do Nothing

Egyptian Blue

The Goa Express

Lazarus Kane

Lazy Day

Melin Melyn

Prima Queen

Rina Mushonga


Studio Electrophonique

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