Festival No.6 Line Up announced

Beck, London Grammar, Bonobo and many more will be heading to the North Wales festival this

Jimmy Coultas

Date published: 5th Mar 2014

Image: Festival Number 6 - photo credit Richard Johnson

Portmerrion's charming delight Festival No.6 has revealed some of the names which will be adorning their stages this summer. Headline duties will be shared by alt-pop icon Beck, whose 12th studio album Morning Phase has received across the board critical plaudits, and the ethereal charm of London Grammar.

As well as that the off kilter electronica of Bonobo will be in attendance, Bristollian chanteuse Neneh Cherry's new  project with Rocketnumbernine, Motown legends Martha Reeves & the Vandellas, James Holden bringing his dreamy techno to thje live arena and Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor, as well as the return of the formidable Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir.

The DJ bill is also bulging at the seams, with Julio Bashmore, Andrew Weatherall, Danny Krivit, Micheal Mayer, Justin Robertson, Ewan Pearson, Prosumer and many more all on deck duty across the festival. Taking place from Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th September in the North Wales village which was the setting for cult TV show The Prisoner, the gathering has quickly been taken to the hearts of the more discerning music lover.

The full list of announcements are as follows:

Live Acts

Beck, London Grammar, Bonobo, Neneh Cherry with Rocketnumbernine, Steve Mason, Martha & the Vandellas, Jimi Goodwin, Temples, James Holden, Los Campesinos!, John Wizzards, Cherry Ghost, Alexis Taylor, East India Youth, Radiophonic Workshop, The Rails, All We Are, Arthur Beatrice, Childhood, Telegram, The Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir


Julio Bashmore, Andrew Weatherall, Danny Krivit, Micheal Mayer, Justin Robertson, Ewan Pearson, prosumer, Ashley Beedle, Awesome Tapes from Arfica, Unabombers, Eagles for Hands, Joe Boyd, Low Life, Aficionado, Amp + Deck, Sophie Lloyd, Disco Mums, Camino Del Sol

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