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Green Man festival 2015

image captionGreen Man 2015 attracts a sell-out crowd of 20,000 festivalgoers to the foot of Crug Hywel, at the southern edge of the Black Mountains, in Powys, despite weather conditions best described as "changeable".
image captionBBC 6 Music DJ Tom Robinson appears on the Walled Garden stage in a pair of muddy wellies to perform a crowd-pleasing set including a "medley of my hit", 2-4-6-8 Motorway, which reached number five in the UK singles chart in 1977.
image captionMariella Jones and Elliw Dafydd, from Harlech, Gwynedd, sing along with singer-songwriter Carwyn Ellis' bilingual Welsh band Colorama.
image captionDavid Page performs with Colorama at the Mountain Stage on Saturday.
image captionRhod Gilbert presents a special edition of his BBC Radio Wales Jest a Minute programme, with fellow comedians Greg Davies, Holly Walsh, Chris Corcoran and Rob Deering, in front of a lively audience at Last Laugh on Friday.
image captionThe giant green man watches over the festival before being set on fire at midnight on Sunday.
image captionFestivalgoers leave wishes written on wood prior to the immolation.
image captionArchery instruction is among the many activities on offer throughout the festival at the Little Folk children's area.
image captionAnd on the other side of the Little Folk area, children's charity the Flying Seagull Project keep the entertainment coming.
image captionBrothers Liam (centre) and Joel (right) Magill perform as Syd Arthur, in Chai Wallahs on Friday.
image captionThe crowd enjoys Friday night headliners Hot Chip at the Mountain Stage.
image captionBat for Lashes singer Natasha Khan unveils her new project, Sexwitch, a collaboration with Brighton band Toy and south London producer Dan Carey, with a surprise set in the Far Out Tent on Saturday. "I felt like I was having an out-of-body experience," she said afterwards. "I felt so much adrenalin and power, and I thought my lungs were going to implode."

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