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Ben Howard named as second Green Man headliner

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Ben Howard has been named as the second headline act for this year's Green Man festival.

The Brit Award nominated singer-songwriter joins the previously announced artists such as The Horrors, Band of Horses, Local Natives and Edwyn Collins on the line-up for this year's event.

The festival, which takes place between August 15-18 in Glanusk Park, Wales, has also today (February 20) confirmed appearances from Villagers, Stornoway, Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit, Erol Alkan & Daniel Avery, Veronica Falls, Rachel Zeffira, Half Moon Run, Sweet Baboo, Jacco Gardner, Teleman and Annie Dressner

It was previously confirmed that Roy Harper, Fuck Buttons, The Pastels, Archie Bronson Outfit, Woods, James Yorkston, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Andrew Weatherall, Matt Berry, Moon Duo and newcomers Blaenavon would all appear across the weekend.

See Greenman.net for more information about the festival.

To check the availability of Green Man tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for Green Man Festival so far is as follows:

The Horrors
Ben Howard
Band Of Horses
Local Natives
Edwyn Collins
Roy Harper
Fuck Buttons
The Pastels
Archie Bronson Outfit
Woods
James Yorkston
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Andrew Weatherall
Matt Berry
Moon Duo
Blaenavon
Arbouretum
This is the Kit
Ellen & The Escapades
Buke & Gase
Bear's Den
Fossil Collective
Rozi Plain
Villagers,
Stornoway
Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit
Erol Alkan & Daniel Avery
Veronica Falls
Rachel Zeffira
Half Moon Ru
Sweet Baboo
Jacco Gardner
Teleman
Annie Dressner

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