Festival No.6 2018 at Portmeirion

Chris Horkan

Festival No.6 2018 at Portmeirion, 6 — 9 September 2018 Tickets from £120 — Book now

In only its seventh year, Festival No.6 has already established itself as a popular mainstay of the summer’s festival circuit. Propping up the end of the season – and often (but not always) benefitting from some Indian Summer weather – it offers your last chance for some care-free fun and games.

The festival takes full advantage of a setting that few other events around the world can match: the picturesque Italiante village of Portmeirion in North Wales certainly adds to Festival No.6’s appeal – offering a never-ending series of nooks and crannies to explore, from its epic woods, to the relaxing estuary, and the village’s many cottages, which host live music, poetry, film screenings, food and drink, and more.

Early announcements for 2018 are headed up by Franz Ferdinand, The The and Friendly Fires. Festival No. 6 always shows strength in depth though – and this year is no exception, with the likes of Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor, Anna Calvi, Django Django and Everything Everything already notable additions.

With numerous more acts to be announced, as well as the festival’s usual collection of screenings, readings, performances, installations and talks to take in over four days and nights, it’s no wonder Festival No.6 has picked up multiple awards since 2012.

Festival No.6 2018 at Portmeirion, 6 — 9 September 2018 Tickets from £120 Book now

Where to go near Festival No.6 2018 at Portmeirion

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Fish Tram Chips

Fish Tram Chips is an award-winning fish and chip shop in Llandudno.

Wales
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Pontcysyllte literally means ‘the bridge that connects’, and it is the defining feature of the UNESCO World Heritage Site that stretches 11 miles.

Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham
Wrexham
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Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham

Welsh for ‘everyone’s house’, Tŷ Pawb in Wrexham is a brand new cultural community hub, featuring two galleries, performance areas, a gallery shop, market stalls and a food court.

Chester Racecourse
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Chester is the oldest racecourse in the UK and possibly the world, the first recorded race was held on 9th February 1539.

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Unique, stylish accommodation in the heart of the city of Chester. With unparalleled views of England’s oldest working racecourse, the contemporary Abode Chester offers a warm welcome in the heart of the city.

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Discover Grosvenor Museum, from Roman artefacts to silver hallmarked in Chester, the Grosvenor Museum explores the rich history of Chester and the surrounding areas.

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Watergate Street Gallery

This contemporary Art Gallery In Chester displays and sells original and affordable works, with regular new exhibitions listed on their website.

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Chester Castle

Chester Castle was founded by William the Conqueror in 1070 and became the administrative centre of the earldom of Chester.

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