full line-up announced for Festival No. 6

adding Ghostpoet, Slow Club, Here we go Magic, Seafret, Findlay< and many more

published: Thu 16th Jul 2015

Ghostpoet

Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th September 2015
various venues, Portmeirion, Gwynedd, LL48 6ER, Wales MAP
£180 including camping - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 15000
last updated: Tue 1st Sep 2015

The stage and day splits have been announced for this year's Festival No. 6 taking place in Portmeirion, Wales which will be returning for a fourth year in 2015 from Thursday 3rd until Sunday 6th September.

The latest additions are led by Ghostpoet, Slow Club, Here We Go Magic, Seafret, Findlay, Adam French, Tibet, The Big Moon, Summer Camp, Rag n Bone Man, and Hooton Tennis Club.

Also confirmed are HMS Morris, Crazy P (DJ set), Drunk At Vogue, Disco Mums, Violet Skies, Jonathon Toubin, Leftfoot & This Is Tmrw DJs, Hannah Grace, and Sam Lee & Friends, plus comedians Josie Long, Arthur Smith, Phil Kay, Ben Norris, James Veitch, Alex Edelman, Ed Gamble, Katherine Ryan, Andrew Maxwell, Miles Jupp, Harriet Kemsley, Geins Family Shop, Jonny Pelham, and John Robins.

The new acts confirmed also include Harry Leslie Smith, Dan Y Wenalt, Rob Auton, Jemima Foxtrot, James Grady, John Osborne, Molly Naylor, Tom Hodgkinson, James Dowdeswell, The Mudflappers, Dominic Frisby, Bartitsu, The Mostar Diving Club, Uke Can Do It Ukelele Orchestra, Greg Wilson, Howard Marks, Blind Arcade, The Super Weird Society , Luxxury, The Membranes, James Atkin, The Everley Pregnant Brothers, The Orielles, Welsh Language Class, JJ Rosa, Pete McKee's Thud Crackle Pop, Pete Fowler, Hot Vestry, Matt Sewell, Sue Charles, Meurig Jones, Shift Work, Freya North, Welsh Language Class, Northern Soul Dance Class, Yam Who, Chris Massey, Flash Atkins, Fingerman, Severino, James Hillard, Danielle Moore, Greg Wilson, Peza, Derek Kaye, Gavin Kendrick, Amp and Deck, Beats In Abundance, ReviveHer, Flux DJs, Bondax, Blonde Ambition, Bear Grooves, Jon Da Silva, Guy Williams, Neil Diablo, Across The Tracks, Krywald, Farrer, Sam Wicks, Jethro Binns, Master & Commander, Medlar, and Dan Jordan.

Metronomy, Grace Jones, James, and Belle & Sebastian will headline. They are joined by Mark Ronson (DJ set), British Sea Power, Years And Years, Haelos, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Everything Everything, James Bay, Gaz Coombes, Young Fathers, Kate Tempest, Rae Morris, Shura, Stornoway, The Bohicas, FrYars, Badly Drawn Boy, Brythoniad Male Voice Choir, Jane Weaver, King Creosote, Soak, Ghost Culture, Hookworms, LA Priest, Stealing Sheep, Spring King, DJ Greg Wilson, Kermit, Joe Duddell and the No.6 Ensemble, Green Gartside, Drinks (Cate Le Bon & Tim Presley), Duke Garwood, Blind Arcade, Dub Sex, Gwenno, Dream Themes, Blossoms, Arthur Smith sings Leonard Cohen, King Eider, Drohne, James Atkin, The Mostar Diving Club, Yucatan, The Gramotones, Thud Crackle Pop, The Everley Pregnant Brothers, Piazza House Band Gypsies of Bohemia, and more.

For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available see the Festival No. 6 line-up page.

On Sunday evening, there will be a special Grace Jones Mirror Ball Parade, from the village up to the main stage for Grace Jones's closing main stage set. Stealing Sheep will also be leading their own 'Mythopoeia' torch lit parade on the Saturday night.

The Woods programme, Castell Gardens and Town Hall Sessions, new venues and Michelin starred-chefs in the coming months, and there's a good chance of festival regulars the Brythoniad Male Voice Choir making an appearance.

Bands, DJs, musicians and string ensembles will be performing across the entire site, from the historic town hall to the Colonnade gardens to the picturesque Bay Stage and the promenade along the sandy beached estuary of the River Dwyryd.

Festival goers can also expect pop up-theatre, intimate readings, film screenings, woodland trails, art installations, comedy performances, pop up woodland raves, The Prisoner reconstructions, and more.

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Early bird tickets priced at £170 (for Friday arrival) and £185 for Thursday arrival. A young person (aged 11-15 years) is priced at £80 for Friday arrival, and £90 for Thursday arrival. Children aged 10 years and under can attend for free.



Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th September 2015
various venues, Portmeirion, Gwynedd, LL48 6ER, Wales MAP
£180 including camping - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 15000
last updated: Tue 1st Sep 2015


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