Festival Number 6 is held in Port Meirion near to Port Madoc, which is roughly 2 hours from Manchester 2.5 hours from Birmingham and 4 hours from London.
All visitors must park at the park and ride, and it is £15 for a weekend park and ride ticket.
Festival No. 6 provides coach services through a travel partner direct to the Port Meirion site from 11 locations. All coaches arrive at the festival on Friday and return home on Monday. Services operate from: Birkenhead, Birmingham, Chester, Ellesmere Port, Liverpool, Manchester, Shrewsbury, Stockport, Telford, Wolverhampton and Wrexham.
Bangor train station is the most convenient train station and benefits from express services from key UK cities including London Euston, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Birmingham. The Festival runs a regular coach service from Bangor Train Station to make it as simple as possible for you to get to the festival. They strongly advise you to pre-book a coach shuttle, which is £10 each way.
Festival number 6 works alongside goCarShare and encourages people where possible to lift share, to save money and reduce pollution.
Campervan tickets are available for the festival.
For more general information and advice, see the main information section.
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