This programme is subject to change. 

All our music and comedy takes place in the Main Marquee.

This year we have a new Comedy Hour and a big focus on Welsh talent.

And don't forget our Silent DJ sets on Friday and Saturday from 10.30pm!

Check out our acts on the Music & Comedy Line Up Page.

Music & Comedy Line Up


Join us in the Main Marquee for DJ sets and meet ups. This includes a space for Solo Meet Ups with some of our Regional Leads and Hosts!

Swansea based actress, working professionally as a singer and actress known for her powerhouse voice. From pantomimes to working on Thompson Cruise liners and smashing Britain’s got talent semi-finals with ‘The Honeybuns’. Corrin started performing at the late age of 21 I took a HND in Musical Theatre then went on to perform abroad for several years. Returning home she completed a BA(Hons) in Theatre and events and since then worked professionally as a performer, teacher, and producer. She has many credits from shows, ships, theatre and tv. Corrin had worked in many holiday parks as a visiting act and as an entertainment manger. Her hosting skills have bought her to host many charity events, talent competitions, festivals, and gay prides. TV/film- BGT semi-finalist 2015, Ar y Tracs, A great British cover up, Kevin and Perry go large. Theatre/shows-A night at the music hall, Tell me on a Sunday, My fair lady, Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar, Oliver, Student Prince, South Pacific, Carousel, Joseph, Blood brothers, Mother Goose, Puss in Boots, Jack and the beanstalk, Movies and Musicals, The Ceri Dupree show, Stars on their minds, Threepenny Opera, The Canterbury tales, Under milk wood, Return Journey. Ships-P&O Ferries Hull, Thompson Island Escape TV- Britain’s got talent 2015

Marieke Vink came to the UK from The Netherlands in the early 2000s and eventually ended up on the shores of Swansea Bay. An experienced performer of cover songs since her busking days as a teenager she has finally picked up a pen to write her own songs. Those days busking on the streets of Amsterdam have given Marieke a powerful voice and a rare command over her audience. With her trade mark brutal honesty and self deprecating humour, her first batch of songs saw the light of day in 2020 and she has not stopped since." She returns to Out and Wild to run the wildly popular Sing Along, as well as for a solo set.

Coming from Splott, Cardiff, Adjua brings a sophisticated and refreshing sound to the Welsh music scene, with genres spanning alt-R&B, Latin and funk. She was also chosen as Huw Stephens Artist of the week for BBC Radio Wales and is looking forward to some new releases in the new year.

Dryadic's folk-fusion outfit traverses an acoustic spectrum with a Brit/Euro folk core and feisty smatterings of roots and gypsy round the edge. Rhythmical mix-ups underpin heartfelt lyrics, heart-soaring hooks and intoxicating vocals, creating an inimitable balance of trad, new, romantic, feel-good and rousing. Dryadic masterfully commands the audience with guitar, fiddle, keys, double bass and stomp, seamlessly smashing out feminist protest tracks and dreamy queer folk songs alongside each other.

Join us for our last night of DJ sets with 3 tracks to choose from. Ends 12am


Join us in the Main Marquee for DJ sets and meet ups. This includes solo meet ups from our Regional leads. A great way to meet new people and get ready for your first night!

Curated by the amazing Ali Jay, sets include Barbara Brownskirt, Lelia Navabi, Donna Louise Williams and Dani Copper (see Music & Comedy Line up Page for full deets)

Rona Mac (she/her) is a trailblazer for expression within music. She is a queer Singer-Songwriter creating lo-fi Alt-Indie with Folk and Americana influences, crafted in her caravan home-studio in west Wales. Her music comes raw and unfiltered, aching with the kind of nostalgia found in rural, rugged places. Primarily a guitarist, she weaves satisfying riffs with hooky melodies, using lyrics to reach out to people and make them feel.

The Anchoress found a room of her own, creating a one-woman sonic vision on her Welsh Music Prize nominated Top 40 second album, The Art of Losing. This was a collection of songs that Elton John called “one of my favourite records of the year”. The Sunday Times named it as one of their seven “must-hear” Albums of the year along with Record Collector, Line of Best Fit, the Mail on Sunday and Prog Magazine, who all crowned the album as one of their best albums of 2021.

Our second night of curated DJ sets. Choose from three sets of songs.


Bobbi Pickard, probably more famous for being an LGBTQIA+ rights campaigner has maintained her first love of music from an early age. Her unnoticed music career features one of the first UK trans bands, The Counterfeit Dolls who headlined the first two Sparkle festivals in the early 2000s and Vinyl Tap, the Spinal Tap tribute mentioned in the official movie compendium. After concentrating on bass and double bass for over 30 years and playing regularly in bands of many genres, Bobbi now writes music and plays acoustic guitar appearing infrequently when she can fit it into her role model work.

Farah is a singer/songwriter originally from Doncaster. After years of gigging up and down the country as well as internationally, Farah released her debut E.P 'Awaken', in November 2021 raising money for charities supporting survivors of domestic violence and to raise awareness of the trauma survivors experience.

Probably the most well-known drag king in Wales at the moment, Justin Drag will be both an act AND a host for our Music & Comedy Stage. Providing live vocals and hosting skills on a weekly basis multiple times a week, Justin has worked extremely hard to bring the talents of drag kings to the forefront of drag culture here inxci Wales. Whilst RuPaul's Drag Race UK doesn't accommodate drag kings yet, Justin would be a frontrunner if Mama Ru decided to change the rules.

“Your music moved me to tears.” This is the refrain contemporary folk artist Hannah Scott regularly hears as she leaves the stage. The best stories elicit profound personal reactions and in the 15 years she has been writing and performing, Hannah has become a consummate storyteller. Her music is shaped by human stories, with family, in all its chaos and glory, sitting at the heart of her work. Her lyrics are powerful and poignant, and her voice feels strangely familiar, though you can’t quite put your finger on why. Her writing may be deeply personal but her music has a universal appeal that extends beyond the melodies you catch yourself humming days after listening to her songs.

Mali Hâf is a Celtic Pop warrior who blends Welsh folk roots with contemporary electronic beats and fierce dance moves. Drawing influence from the likes of Björk’s ethereal soundscapes, Kate Bush’s theatrical flair alongside traditional Welsh influences, Mali Hâf crafts unique soundscapes sung in both English and Welsh.

On our last night, join some of our great music acts for impromptu jams around the campfire