As the British Festival season draws to a close the organisers at Festival No.6 eagerly await the start of September to unveil their fourth edition of North Wales’ unique and bespoke event. In four short years FN6 has grown to become one of the most talked about and highly regarded festivals in the UK. A sophisticated blend of music, art and culture draws a diverse crowd to spend a magical weekend in one of the country’s most stunning locations.
As expected 2015 sees the festival continue to grow with a stacked line up spread across a plethora of different stages. Main stage headliners include Devon’s electronic pop revellers Metronomy on the Friday night, dreamy Belle and Sebastian end proceedings on Saturday with Grace Jones and Mancunian rockers James closing the festival on Sunday night. FN6 also caters for those looking for a more electronic and underground scene with Running Back Label owner Gerd Janson bringing his records to the party on Saturday night alongside the legendary DJ Harvey
The location alone (pictured above) is a marvel with subtle references to the Prisoner television series filmed here in the 1960s. Recent announcements include Steve Coogan who will be appearing on the central piazza stage on Saturday night and a very exciting chance to hear a world exclusive Q&A session with Mark Ronson and Asif Kapadia; director of the new film Amy.
To quote the FN6 website, this is a festival unlike any other in a place like no other. Get your tickets now and enjoy the most charming festival of the season!
When? – 3rd/4th/5th/6th September, 2015
Where? – An Italianate Village nestled away in Snowdonia National Park, 4 miles from Porthmadog.
For anyone travelling by train Virgin Trains are offering a 25% discount to all people travelling to Bangor which is approximately 40mins from the festival site. For more information click here.