PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams lead Green Man Festival line-up

Lambchop, Future Islands and Conor Oberst are also playing

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PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams and Future Islands have been announced as headliners of this year’s Green Man Festival.

Other artists confirmed for the festival include Michael Kiwanuka, Lambchop, Conor Oberst, Angel Olsen and more.

Green Man 2017 takes place in Brecon Beacons from August 17 to August 20.

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Line-up in full:
PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams, Future Islands, Michael Kiwanuka, Lambchop, Conor Oberst, Angel Olsen, BadBadNotGood, Jon Hopkins (DJ), Field Music, This is the Kit, Julia Jacklin, Fionn Regan, The Big Moon, Richard Dawson, Melt Yourself Down, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Laura Gibson, Sunflower Bean, Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band, Jessica Pratt, Karl Blau, Grumbling Fur, LVL UP, Shame, Wolf People, Big Thief, Gill Landry, Michael Chapman, Doomsquad, Deep Throat Choir, Girl Ray, Gaelynn Lea, Warhaus, The Orielles.

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