Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Festival No. 6

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Festival No. 6

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If you're looking for a coastal getaway as well as your festival fill, Festival Number 6 is two for the price of one.

The Mediterranean-inspired, Grade II-listed fantasy village at Portmeirion in Wales will literally be the stage for some festival escapism with a psychedelic summer ambience.

Providing the synthy sounds will be The The and Friendly Fires, sophisticated soul is covered by Jessie Ware and Hurts, with The Charlatans, Franz Ferdinand and Django Django as the indie pop-rock must-sees.

The late night acts are equally as promising. Hot Chip and Horse Meat Disco will both be making waves in the seaside village.

Panel show favourite Reginald D Hunter will also be making an appearance, as the head of the comedy bill.

The self-confessed surreal settings spread far and wide for the festival, with music, art and cultural events being presented in unique venues. …

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