Ghostpoet and more announced for Swn Festival 2013

Huge line up announcement for this year's Swn Festival

Photographer:Tim Cheesman

Matt Miles - 05 August 2013

As ever, the Cardiff festival will be a four day event taking place in various venues across the city, taking in some of the best music from both Wales and around the world, along with DJs, film and art.The festival, which was started by Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens in 2007, will take place from Thursday 17 October - Sunday 20 October, with over 200 bands set to perform.

Todays full list of announced acts in alphabetical order are: Alun Gaffey, Amateur Best, Among Brothers, Annie Eve, Babe, Beta Blocker and The Body Clock, Bo Ningen, Burum, Call Back The Giants, Cam O'r Tywyllwch (DJ Set), Camera, Catfish & the Bottlemen, Clare Maguire, Claw the Thin Ice, Conner Youngblood, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, Cut Ribbons, Dan Bettridge, Danny Byrd, Dau Cefn, Deg Mewn Bws, Drenge, Early Hominids, Elly Sinnett, Fimber Bravo, Fist of the First Man, Fortuna, Frankie & The Heartstrings, Geraint Ffrancon (Recordiau), Ghostpoet, Gulp, Gwenno, Gwyllt, His Naked Torso, HMS Morris, Iron Eye, Jemma Roper, Jen Long (DJ Set), Joe Robert Lewis, Joey Fourr, John Smith, Jonny Trunk, Joy Collective (DJ Set), Lanterns on the Lake, Llion Swyd, Macho City, Maddie Jones, Marika Hackman, Mark Eitzel, Money, Mr. Huw, Mr. Scruff, Nai Harvest, Neil Yates' Five Countries Trio, Nick Mulvey, Night Engine, Olympians, Osian Howells, Paint Happy, Palomino Party, Peggy Sue, Playlounge, Plu, Plyci, Radio Rhydd, Radstewart, Rhodri Brooks, Right Hand Left Hand, Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson, Saturday's Kids, Sen Segur, Sivu, Sky Larkin, Slowly Rolling Camera, Spectrals, Summer Ghost, The Broken Vinyl Club, Theo, Totem, Trampolene, Tuluum Shimmering, Verity Susman, Violas, Well Wisher, Winter Villains, Y Pencadlys, Yr Ods.

The newly announced acts will be joining previously announced names such as Everything Everything, Wolf Alice, Dutch Uncles and Chloe Howl.

Swn Festival wristband holders gain free priority access to all S?n Festival shows (with the exception of Everything Everything), either across the whole festival from or on individual days. Entry to shows is not guaranteed and is subject to individual venue capacity. Swn Festival is an 18+ event.

Swn Festival tickets are on sale now priced as below:

4-Day Wristband: £65

Thursday Wristband: £17
Friday Wristband: £20
Saturday Wristband: £28
Sunday Wristband: £22

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