Following the success of the inaugural Campfire stage in 2015, the Nest Collective returns to the fantastical Port Merion for Festival No.6, with a bigger stage and an evermore exciting lineup. The Nest Collective stage is the opportunity get away from the bass and the drums of the late night entertainment, to ease your way into the wee hours with some of the finest British & World Folk under the banner of New Folk – Old Folk – No Folk!
Village Hall Line Up:
8.00pm – The Brothers Gillespie
9.00pm – Cosmo Sheldrake
10.00pm – India Electric Co.
10.00pm – Hot Feet
11.00pm – Rozi Plain
12.00am – This is The Kit
1.30am – India Electric Co.
10.00pm – The Brothers Gillespie
11.00pm – Lleuwen Steffan
12.00am – Bush Gothic
1.00am – Reuben Hollebon
8.00pm – Sam Lee
9.15pm – Dawn Landes
10.15pm – Bush Gothic
11.15pm – Count Drachma
12.15am – Hrim
PLUS: Shanty Sessions running Fri – Sun at 11am from the Stone Boat Stage with The Brothers Gillespie & Bush Gothic
– A FESTIVAL UNLIKE ANY OTHER , IN A PLACE LIKE NO OTHER –
Festival Number 6 is set in the tiny Welsh village of Portmeirion. This is where the cult 1960s TV show, The Prisoner, was filmed – with Patrick McGoohan taking on the role of Number 6, the shadowy protagonist of the story, which should hopefully give you a clue as to how this event came by its elliptical name. This is a truly breath-taking setting for an event that some in the industry have dubbed ‘The Welsh Latitude’, which takes in all kinds of music and expressive arts to excite and delight its audience. The site is surrounded by the worn down peaks of Snowdonia, and set against the backdrop of an absolutely beautiful bay, characterised by large flat sand breaks.
When it comes to music, the selection is certainly eclectic at Festival Number 6, ranging from the dance-floor set up in the gardens of the slightly Germanic looking castle through to annual performances by the Brythonaid Men’s Choir – it’s all here
We’re delighted to announce we will be returning to Festival No.6 for 2016 back with a late night program of music at The Village Green.
Located between Castel Park and Portmeirion, The Village Green will feature a live stage “The Bandstand”, with the finest folk artists curated by Mercury-nominated Sam Lee and the wonderful The Nest Collective.
Festival No. 6 – Portmeirion
Mercury Prize nominated folk singer, song collector and promoter (of BBC award winning Nest Collective).View Artist
Reuben Hollebon is a songwriter from Norfolk, England with an uncompromising resolve to connect with his audience.View Artist
India Electric Company
India Electric Company travel through Eastern European themes, gypsy jazz and Irish reels to something “quirky and glittery".View Artist
As a member of This Is The Kit, singer-songwriter Rozi Plain has one of the most unique and original voices in UK art-folk.View Artist
Hot Feet are a four-piece band who combine folk-influenced melodies with rootsy blues-rock instrumentation.View Artist
Cosmo Sheldrake is a multi-instrumentalist musician, composer and producer.View Artist
Ösp's music reflects the folk song of Iceland blended with the bustling songwriting culture of the capital and her love of jazz.View Artist
The Brothers Gillespie
“Sam and James are great protagonists of the living tradition of British folk music.View Artist
Rattled by the bones of convicts and steeped in campfire smoke, Bush Gothic perform darker, stranger Australian folk.View Artist
Count Drachma play Zulu and Xhosa, Maskandi style interpretations of folk songs; the only band in Britain currently doing so.View Artist
Fireside unamplified, forest housed, city centered, rebellious, ancient concerts lit by love.View Artist