Green Man, the Welsh music festival organiser, will be hosting craft ale and cider festival in partnership with King’s Cross, this summer.
The festival, known as Courtyard, is taking place from Thursday 10th to Sunday 13th September, at Lewis Cubitt Square, Kings Cross and will offer over 100 of the best Welsh beers and ciders from independent breweries.
As well as an array of beers, ales and ciders, this free, four-day event will include everything from craft brewing lessons, to walkabout theatre and interactive workshops.
The festival’s native creatures and furry friends will be on hand to help visitors find their way, offering up tips of the trade.
Visitors will be able to enjoy an exciting feast of music and performances from the likes of Inbibio Sound Machine, The Wave Pictures, and Stealing Sheep, plus many more, some still to be announced. To top things off, on Sunday the legendary Moshi Moshi Records will be curating the line-up.
In keeping with the full-on festival atmosphere, food will also be plentiful, with visitors able to enjoy the best Welsh street food around.
Courtyard is free to attend, and those planning to go along can look forward to the same friendly, free-spirited atmosphere that the festival has become known for.
The event is ticket-free. Packages are available in advance offering deals on the beers and ciders. These packages also guarantee entry. For more information on the festival please visit the Courtyard Festival website.