Now in its 11th year, the Green Man festival returns to the Brecon Beacons in Wales from 14 - 17 August.
This intimate festival in the Black Mountains hosts ten entertainment areas, with music, comedy, poetry, literature, art and science all taking to different stages over the four days.
You can also pop over to the Met Office stand in Einstein's Garden to chat to a climate scientist and get hands-on with some weather related experiments. You can take on our scientists at climate change roulette, or demonstrate your climate prediction skills with our special pack of cards. Met Office folk will be on hand to chat about the science and technology that helps us understand the past and plan for the future, as well as helping younger visitors with hands-on activities, including our ever-popular cloud in a bottle experiment.
Some of the headline acts this year include:
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14-17 August - Check the weather forecast before heading to the Black Mountains for the Green Man Festival.
Festival-goers will be looking for a warm and dry weekend, with a gentle breeze.
For further information about the festival visit the Green Man Festival official website.
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