Fancy winning tickets to one of the best festivals happening in 2014? Well you need look no further as we're giving away a pair of weekend camping tickets to the wonderful Festival No.6!
Returning from the mist for its third year, Festival No.6 has already begun enticing the more refined arts-lover to attend in September. This year, we have conjured a chance to allow two people to attend the sophisticated, enchanting festival for free.
Festival No.6 began in 2012 in the town of Portmeirion in Wales. This scenic and iconic town was the setting for the 1960s television series The Prisoner, upon which the festival takes many cues. The refined festival boasts a luxurious approach to outdoor entertainment, with accommodation ranging from a castle, cottages, yurts and tipis to your own tent.
Festival No.6 does not limit itself to the standard dirty burger and tasteless pint, but instead offers pies, pulled pork sandwiches and real ale to indulge your taste buds. Or, of course, you could enjoy either of the two luxurious restaurants available.
This festival places an awful amount of importance on culture. The music line-up includes: Beck, Pet Shop Boys, Tune-Yards, Tom Vek, Temple, Martha Reeves, Telegram, Childhood & much more - yet that is only half of the proposed entertainment. The stages and tents will also be graced by a host of award-winning poets, authors, film makers, actors and artists, as well as exceptional comedians within the new and improved comedy tent.
So if you're looking for a little extravagance with no cost to yourself, enter now and experience this unique festival for yourself. Festival No.6 is held in Portmeirion on 5th, 6th, 7th September 2014.
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