The festival confirmed this afternoon that the 2021 event will go ahead this August, and due to the pandemic, attendees over the age of 16 will have to present a negative NHS lateral flow test two days before the festival or proof of having had two vaccinations.
Alongside confirming that the festival will go ahead, organisers have unveiled the 2021 line-up, which features headliners Caribou, Mogwai, Fontaines DC and Little Dragon, as well as Thundercat, Teenage Fanclub, Django Django, Gruff Rhys, Nadine Shah, black midi, Shame, Kelly Lee Owens, Greentea Peng, Georgia, Goat Girl, Billie Marten, Porridge Radio, Katy J Pearson, Steam Down and many more.
Green Man is GO!We’re ecstatic to finally say that we can go ahead this August. And what a thrill to be able to introduce your GM21 line-up, with headliners @Mogwai, @caribouband, @LittleDragon & @fontainesdublin soaring over the Black Mountains each evening to welcome us home! pic.twitter.com/U5mWwEwuNp— Green Man (@GreenManFest) July 16, 2021
Fiona Stewart, Managing Director and Owner of the festival says, "At times it seemed like a dream that we would ever be back in the fields together, I can’t tell you how much it means to me, and the thousands of people that rely upon and make Green Man happen, that it’s actually going ahead. We cannot wait to see people enjoy the festival again!"