Green Man Festival has announced an exciting event in London for this May Bank Holiday Weekend - a beer and cider fest with lots of live music.
Courtyard us a massive celebration of "Welsh craft beer and cider", with booze from Tiny Rebel, Brecon Brewing, Wrexham Lager, Grey Trees, Pipes, and the usual Green Man suspects. As well as the drink, there are some of Wales' finest street food merchants, with The Grazing Shed, The Bearded Taco, and Ffwrnes all popping across to The Big Smoke.
On top of all that, while you're treating your tastebuds to some fine Welsh tipples, there'll be a huge array of live music. Dutch Uncles, Pinegrove, Dungen, Bill Ryder-Jones, Huw Stephens, Chelou, Gordi, The Proper Ornaments, Hannah Peel, Mollu Burch, Mauno, Rozi Plain, Slug, Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation, and Throws [with Bartónar, male choir of Kaffibarinn Reykjavík] are all due to appear.
Courtyard takes place 25-29 May at Lewis Cubitt Square in King's Cross, London. Stay tuned - there's still more to come.