The War On Drugs and Sun Kil Moon lead Green Man line-up additions

The Brecon Beacons festival will take place in August

The War On Drugs and Sun Kil Moon lead Green Man line-up additions

Photo: Daniel Topete/NME

The annual Green Man Festival has announced a host of line-up additions.

The War On Drugs (pictured above), Sun Kil Moon and Animal Collective member Panda Bear lead the new acts confirmed for the festival today (April 9).

They will be joined by The Waterboys, Jonathan Wilson, and The 2 Bears (pictured right) with Highasakite, Mutual Benefit, Stanley Brinks, Woman's Hour, Zachary Cale, Gareth Bonello, My Sad Captains, Farao, Famy, Michael A Grammar, We Are Catchers, and The May Birds also set to appear.

Beirut will headline the festival, alongside acts including Neutral Milk Hotel, First Aid Kit, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Daughter, Anna Calvi, Sharon Van Etten, Jeffrey Lewis, Tunng and Toy.

Mac DeMarco, Real Estate, Bill Callahan, Caribou, former Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser and Simian Mobile Disco are also on the bill, as are Angel Olsen, Boy & Bear, Nick Mulvey, Francois & The Atlas Mountain, Teleman and East India Youth.

Green Man Festival 2014 will take place between August 14 to 17 on Glanusk Estate, Black Mountains in the Welsh Brecon Beacons.

Weekend adult ticket prices start at £159. To check the availability of Green Man tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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