Doves to headline Green Man festival

Manchester trio join the likes of Flaming Lips, Joanna Newsom and Wild Beasts at the bash

Doves to headline Green Man festival
Doves have been confirmed as the headliners for the Green Man festival.

Doves will headline the Friday (August 20) night of the bash, with previously announced headliners The Flaming Lips playing the Saturday (21) and Joanna Newsom closing proceedings on Sunday (22).

The three-day Brecon Beacons event, which takes place on August 20-22, has also confirmed new acts including Girls, Wild Beasts and Fuck Buttons.

The line up, so far, for Green Man is:

Alasdair Roberts
An Horse
Bear In Heaven
Beirut
Billy Bragg
Caitlin Rose
Cass McCombs
Darwin Deez
Doves
Egyptian Hip Hop
Erland & The Carnival
Field Music
Fionn Regan
First Aid Kit
The Flaming Lips
Fuck Buttons
Girls
Henry's Funeral Shoe
Jack Northover
Je Suis Animal
Joanna Newsom
John Smith
Lone Lady
Lone Wolf
Matthew and the Atlas
Megafaun
Memory Tapes
Mountain Man
My Giant Head
Neon Indian
O.Children
Pete Greenwood
Silver Columns
Simone Felice
Sleepy Sun
St Just Vigilantes
Steve Mason
The Smoke Fairies
The Unthanks
The Wave Pictures
These New Puritans
Voice Of The Seven Thunders
Wild Beasts


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.

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