Thursday 20 September 2018

Sŵn Festival 2018 full line-up announced

Following last year's month long celebration of new music and sound, Cardiff's esteemed multi-day/venue festival returns to its original format this autumn. Now in it's mighty fine twelfth year, Swn Festival will take place on Wednesday 17 through to Saturday 20 October and tickets are now on sale from the website here:

Having drip fed the line-up over recent weeks the organisers can now unveil its mighty fine showcase in full with some incredible additions joining the already huge array of acts set to play. Amongst the 30 new acts set to perform along side Drenge, Gaz Coombes and Boy Azooga are The Orielles, Estrons, Darkhouse Family and Boniface amongst others. Check it out for yourselves below. Adam Williams, Live Manager at Clwb Ifor Bach who have taken over the reins for 2018 said: "We're over the moon to announce the final wave of artists for Swn Festival 2019.   It's been 6 months since we were asked to take on running and booking the festival and we're super happy with what we've produced. Now all we have left is to deliver it! Sŵn Festival has been a vital part of the Cardiff music calendar for the last 12 years and it's been really exciting for us at Clwb to build on that success - we hope we've created something special and that people continue to enjoy this festival for many more years to come".

77:78; ACCÜ; Adwaith; Al Moses; Andromeda Jones; Annabel Allum; Another Sky; Argrph; Bandicoot; Bitw; Bo Ningen; Boniface; Boy Azooga; Breichiau Hir; Bugz In The Attic; Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard; Carolines; Carw; Cassia; Castorp; Chartreuse; Christian Punter; Cosmo Sheldrake; Cousin Kula; Cowtown; Cpt. Smith; CVC; Dead Method; Dream Wife; Drenge; Drunk Yoga DJs; Ed The Dog; Esther; Estrons; Farm Hand; Fling; Frown Upon; Gaz Coombes; Giant Party; Goat Girl; Great News; Greta Isaac; Grey Hairs; Griff Lynch; GRLTLK; Gwenno; Halo Maud; Hana2k; Heavy Rapids; HMS Morris; Ivan Moult; I See Rivers; Keeva; Keir; Knowbetter; L.A. Salami; Lewys; Los Blancos; Low Island; Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard; Marged; Martha; Mellow Gang; Mellt; MRPHY; My Name Is Ian; Night Flight; Oh Peas!; Perfect Body; Pizzagirl; Private World; Queen Zee; Quiet Marauder; Rascalton; Red Telephone; RedFaces; Right Hand Left Hand; Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever; RYD; Sam Evian; Scott Xylo; Silent Forum; Snapped Ankles; Sock; Spinning Coin; Suuns; Talkshow; Tamu Massif; Teddy Hunter; The Blinders; The Death of Money; The Effect; The Gentle Good; The Go! Team; The Mysterines; The Orielles; The Pitchforks; The Witching Hour; Tigress; Tracy Island; Vive La Void; Wasuremono; Wild Cat Strike; XY&O; Y Sybs; Ya Yonder; Yassassin; Yves; Zabrinski; Zac White

Ticket Prices
Wednesday 17 October

Thursday 18 October
The Great Hall

Friday 19 October
Various city centre venues, £20

Saturday 20 October
Various city centre venues, £25

Weekend, across the city, £35 (2nd release)

4 Day Golden Ticket, £60 (second release)

The festival will take place over four days and 17 venues. The venues are Buffalo Bar, Clwb Ifor Bach, Fuel, Gwdihw Café Bar, Kongs, Nos Da, O’Neills, Off Track Café, The Big Top, The Blue Night Café, The Great Hall, The Moon, The Old Market Tavern, Tiny Rebel, Tramshed and Undertone.


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