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FAQs

The answer to most queries and questions can be found below. Take a look...

COVID-19

WHAT COVID POLICES WILL BE IN PLACE IN 2022

Covid Alert Level in Wales is 0, meaning that you do not require a negative COVID test to gain entry. As always your safety is of paramount importance to us, and if we are required to amend our entry requirements or Covid-19 guidelines before 2022's festival we will update ticket holders. Ticket holders must comply with all updates.

Tickets

Will there be another ticket release for 2022?

No - all GM22 tickets are sold out, so we’ve no more to release. But you can sign up for alerts with our official ticket reseller, Fanticks, for any verified tickets going there between now and August.

Is there a limit to how many tickets I can buy?

Yes - you can buy 8 tickets each & only 1 live-in vehicle ticket each. This helps to control secondary ticket agencies or touts buying tickets.

I've got a ticket issue!

Please contact Ticketline on 0161 813 2222 or email customerservices@ticketline.co.uk for ticketing issues.

Do you sell day tickets? 

We do sell day tickets to residents of NP8 postcodes only.

When do I receive my tickets? 

Most tickets will be E-Tickets this year and will be delivered by email closer to the festival and can be printed out at home. Please use an email address that will still be in use by this year's festival. We'll still be posting physical car park & live-in vehicle tickets to you so they can be easily displayed on arrival.

Can under 18s buy a ticket?

No, a responsible adult over 21 years old must book the ticket & accompany under 18s. The person who books the under 18 tickets (the lead booker) will have their name printed on the under 18 ticket. The lead booker must accompany the under 18 at the festival and will be asked for a photo ID on entry. Maximum of four under 18s per adult.

Can I upgrade my weekend ticket to a Settler's Pass?

Unfortunately not - we're at capacity for the Settlement so can't upgrade.

Festival info

Where is the festival?

We’re nestled within the beautiful Brecon Beacons, Wales near a town called Crickhowell.

How do I get to Green Man?

You can get to Green Man by coach, train or bicyle - click here for more details. If you’re driving please follow the directions on car parking passes and follow road diversions rather than sat-nav directions.

When Does The Festival Open

Gates open for the Settlement 10am, Monday 15 August. Gates open for the weekend 10am, Thursday 18 August. Please do not arrive before these times.

What time are the box offices open?

Settlement & Accessibility Box Office is open 10am-8pm on Mon-Fri, General Box Office is open 10am-Midnight on Thurs-Sat and 10am-8pm on Sunday.

What plans are in place for the rail strikes on Thursday 18th August and Saturday 20th August?

Due to the strike, we will now be opening the festival campsites at 2pm on Wednesday 17th August for those arriving by public transport only...

For those arriving by coach & train just head to the Bus Gate, off the A40, to gain entry. Free shuttle buses will be running to and from Abergavenny train station on Wednesday 17th August 11am - 10:45pm.

We'll be running extra coaches with National Express on Thursday 18th August.


Cars aren't permitted to enter until Thursday 18th August (unless you already have Settlement tickets). If you had planned to travel by train, but are now travelling by car on Thursday 18th August and haven't yet got a car parking pass - please head to the Park & Ride for overspill parking. The Park & Ride is signposted as you approach the festival via the A40.

Please note that if the strike goes ahead there will be no shuttle buses to/from Abergavenny train station on Thursday 18th August or Saturday 20th August. If there are trains running, we will have shuttle buses to/from Abergavenny train station.

Can I bring a gazebo or event shelter?

Yes, but please be considerate of your fellow campers and bring no more than one reasonable sized-gazebo per group.

Is there a restriction on tent size?

Yes - you should bring a tent related to the number of people attending. So if you’re a group of 5 please bring tents for that number only. We do not have the capacity for mega structure tents which affect the comfort of other campers.

Can we have fires in the campsite?

Due to the extreme heat & dry weather conditions, no charcoal fires, charcoal BBQs or open fires are permitted at GM this year - you can still bring portable gas stoves.

How far is the car park from the camping sites?

The walk from Orange car park to general camping takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes. For a shorter walk, you can use Park & Ride which drops you at the Bus Gate.

Does family or quiet camping need to be pre-booked?

No you don’t need to pre-book these. Just head to the family or quiet camping and pitch up.

Can live-in vehicles & tents camp together?

If you have space on your pitch you can have a maximum of x1 small tent or x1 awning next to your vehicle.

Are there electrical hook-ups in the campsite?

No - this includes the live-in vehicle campsite as well.

When do we need to leave Green Man?

Everyone packs up and leaves Monday 22nd August - everyone must leave by 3pm.

Can we bring our own alcohol?

You can indeed, for your own use but please remember no glass is permitted on-site and you can’t bring your own supply into the entertainment arena.

Do the bars & traders take card payment?

They take both card & cash payment. Cash machines are also located on-site.

Can we bring dogs?

Unfortunately not, the only dogs allowed on site are accessibility assistance dogs.

What can’t we bring?

There will be increased random searches this year, which take place upon entry to Green Man and if you are in possession of any illegal substance you will be refused entry and may be arrested. Drugs, fireworks or other explosives, generators, tin foil barbecues, weapons are not permitted.

What’s happened to Blue parking?

To accommodate the growing number of Settlement attendees and people with accessibility requirements - the Blue car park is now the Settlement car park, for those with Settler’s Passes or accessibility requirements.

What Roads Are Closed on Monday?

The B4558 is closed to traffic driving towards the festival on the Monday after Green Man. This means cars cannot drive up to the festival site, so anyone being collected should catch the bus to the Park and Ride and arrange to be picked up from there.