Each summer you'll find us within the majestic Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, Wales, near a small town called Crickhowell.
National Express will be running dedicated coaches to Green Man, to an on-site coach park from locations around the UK.
Here are FIVE simple reasons why you should take the coach...
All cars require a car park ticket, tickets can be bought for £30 on the door, Park and Ride service costs £15 (per vehicle) on the door, and the Settlement car park costs £40 on the door (only available to current Settlement ticket holders). If you've not already got a parking pass, but had originally intended to use public transport, please follow temporary road signs to Park & Ride.
Please choose the route to your gate: there are separate ones for Settlement, Orange, Park and Ride and Live in Vehicles. While travelling please follow the temporary Green Man Festival road signs to the correct car park as you may find alternate routes blocked due to heavy traffic.
This car park is for Settlement Camping. This is also the car park you need to head if you've arranged for Accessible Camping.
This is situated a few miles from the festival site and we will be running shuttle buses to and from the festival from 10am 1.30am on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Sunday and from 6am - 3pm on Monday. Tickets are available in advance or you can pay £15 cash on the door.
If you are dropping people off or being dropped off you must head to the Park and Ride, no drop offs will be permitted at the festival site.
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.
Motorbikes should use the Orange Car Park. There is no parking charge for motorbikes, mopeds or scooters but please be aware all the parking is on grass – there is no hard standing.
Opening times of each car park will be available nearer to the time of the festival.
You are free to leave the festival site during the festival and return as long as you retain your car parking ticket and wristbands for all passengers. Please note that the routes into the festival can be narrow so to avoid delays and traffic jams it is advisable not to leave or re-enter the site during busy periods.
Please choose your gate direction below: there are separate ones for Settlement, Orange, Live in Vehicles and Park & Ride. While travelling please follow the temporary Green Man Festival road signs as you may find alternate routes blocked due to traffic flow.
Why not reduce your carbon footprint by sharing your journey to the Brecon Beacons with some like-minded friendly folk?
If you are driving to Green Man you can add any spare seats you have on GoCarShare, they connect you with people looking for a ride who contribute to your journey costs.
GoCarShare uses Facebook, so you can see if you share friends to your potential car share buddies. It’s a green and cost effective way to travel to Green Man, so give it a go!
The closest station to Green Man is ABERGAVENNY.
Free shuttle buses run to and from Abergavenny train station from around midday untill 10.45pm on Wednesday, 10am to 11pm on Friday, from 9am to 10pm on Sunday and from 6am until early afternoon on Monday. Please allow up to 90mins for your journey.
When leaving site, please be advised to leave approx. 1.5 hours to get from the festival site to the train station.
If you are coming from London / The East, connecting trains from Newport get very crowded. You may find it easier to travel to Hereford and change there, although there are not many trains that run this route.
Please see the easy read version of this information here.
Cycling to Green Man is one of the most eco-friendly ways of getting here & we have plenty of secure lock-ups for anybody arriving on their bikes! This year we've teamed up with Red Fox Cycling to offer guided cycle rides from Cardiff & Bristol to Green Man.
The Red Fox team will carry your bags and festival kit in a support van. They'll guide the group through the most scencic routes (avoiding busy junctions and A-roads), serve up tasty snacks and drinks along the way and they can even bring you (and your bike) back home on Monday after the festival.
As a pat on the back for being kind to the planet, we're offering access to Green Man a day early (on Wednesday), a free beer and fast track entry to the site!
To find out a bit more about the route, what's included & a few more details, check out Red Fox here...