Beck And London Grammar To Headline Festival No.6 2014

Beck And London Grammar To Headline Festival No.6 2014

Beck And London Grammar To Headline Festival No.6 2014

The critically acclaimed Festival No.6 has today announced its first two headliners for this year's festival - Beck and London Grammar, with a third headliner still to be revealed.
 
Festival No.6 is an intimate, bespoke banquet of music, arts and culture, taking place over the weekend of the 5-7 September in the magical village of Portmeirion, Wales, home of the cult TV series The Prisoner. With a final headliner, many more music acts, a huge arts and cultural line-up, new venues and new food area of the festival, featuring Michelin starred-chefs yet to be revealed Festival No.6 2014 is certain to be the most impressive to date.
 
Hot off the back of releasing his highly anticipated twelfth studio album 'Morning Phase', Beck will headline Festival No.6 on Saturday night. The album has received rave reviews across the board, with The Times giving it five stars and declaring it "A work of art" and Q magazine declaring "Beck has properly re-acquired his mojo". Festival No.6 are delighted to host him to play one of just two festival performances across the season.
 
The past year has been nothing short of monumental for home grown success story London Grammar. Since the trio performed at last year's No.6 and filled the main stage tent, the band have released a lauded Platinum selling album, been nominated for a BRIT and sold out gigs from Brixton to Brooklyn.
 
After Chic were such a huge hit last year, No.6 is proud to welcome the Motown legends Martha & the Vandellas. Famous for a string of smash hits like 'Dancing In The Street', 'Nowhere To Run' and 'Jimmy Mack', Martha will bring her infectious hits to Portmeirion.
 
Also confirmed is the much respected Simon Green, better known as  Bonobo, who will treat festival goers to the full Bonobo goose-bump inducing live experience on the main stage. Joining him is 90s pop icon Neneh Cherry who recently released her first solo album in 16 years, and will be playing with Rocketnumbernine.
 
Dates: 5-7 September 2014
 
Live Acts
Aficionado
Alexis Taylor
All We Are
Amp + Deck
Andrew Weatherall
Arthur Beatrice
Ashley Beedle
Awesome Tapes from Arfica
Beck
Bonobo
Camino Del Sol
Cherry Ghost
Childhood
Danny Krivit
Disco Mums
Eagles for Hands
East India Youth
Ewan Pearson
James Holden
Jimi Goodwin
Joe Boyd
John Wizzards
Julio Bashmore
Justin Robertson
London Grammar
Los Campesinos!
Low Life
Martha & the Vandellas
Micheal Mayer
Neneh Cherry with Rocketnumbernine
Prosumer
Radiophonic Workshop
Sophie Lloyd
Steve Mason
Telegram
Temples
The Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir
The Rails
Unabombers
 
Plus many more DJs and live acts to be announced!
 
TICKET PRICING
 
Weekend Ticket Prices (Friday Arrival)
Adult Weekend Camping: £160 + BF (£10.00)
Young Person (11-15 years old) Camping: £80 + BF (£6.00)
Children (10 years and under) Camping: £Free + BF (£1.50)
Parking (Park & Ride): £20 + BF (£2.00)
Program: £8.00 +BF (£0.80)
 
Weekend Ticket Prices (Thursday Arrival)
Adult Weekend Camping: £175 + BF (£10)
Young Person (11-15 years old) Camping: £87.50 + BF (£6.50)
Children (10 years and under) Camping: £Free + BF (£1.50)
Parking (Park & Ride): £20 + BF (£2.00)
Program: £8.00 +BF (£0.80)




MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.festivalnumber6.com

Tags: Festival No.6 - Beck - London Grammar - Bonobo - NENEH CHERRY - Steve Mason - Temples - James Holden - Los Campesinos - Cherry Ghost - East India Youth - All We Are - Julio Bashmore

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