Last weekend, thousands of cultural and music fans joined us at Festival Number 6 to celebrate it’s third year at the picturesque fairytale location of Portmeirion.
Against the stunning backdrop of the Portmeirion estuary and the ethereal, fairy-light—strewn Welsh forest, Pet Shop Boys – Neil Tenant and Chris Lowe described the occasion as a “career highlight”, wowing crowds with theatrical renditions from their back catalogue, including well-loved classics like Go West and It’s a Sin. Preceding them on the new-look open air main-stage were headliners London Grammar, and Beck who stole the stage adding: “We have been waiting for this night all summer. This is the coolest festival we’ve ever played; can we come back next year?”.
Tom Odell, Kelis, Jon Hopkins, Steve Mason and Laurent Garnier added to the star-studded line-up.
Festival-goers also enjoyed a weekend of eclectic talks, events and live performances which took place in some of Portmeirion’s dreamy locations like the central piazza at the heart of the town, and the new Gatehouse stage.
With reviews describing this years festival as ‘intimate and gloriously eccentric’ – Telegraph, and ‘another big hit’ – Daily Post, we certainly can’t wait to see what next year will bring.
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