This weekend will see North Wales’ premier music and culture festival take place. Festival Number 6 is based in Portmeirion – an Italianate village with very unique characteristics. Its charm is special, its buildings unique and its views sublime. This makes for an idyllic event to close down your summer with, whilst on holiday at West Point Beach Resort Holiday Park in North Wales.
There will be a range of things to enjoy at the festival, from live music performances from some of the hottest bands and artists, as well as artisan food stalls, cooking, watersports, culture exhibitions, poetry and even comedy shows. There seems to be something for absolutely everyone.
The music line up is something get very excited about. You can look forward to some powerful performances from artists such as Bloc Party, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Jarvis Cocker, The Flaming Lips and many more. There will be a plentiful number of other bands and artists, with some local support acts showing off their talents.
The food is going to be something very special. There will be Michelin level chefs leading bespoke banquets inside one of the Portmeirion hotels, whilst there will be countless stalls with their spectacular foods and passionate stall owners. Whether you are after a full banquet, a few nibbles or just a few drinks, there is something to suit everyone at any time of the day!
There are a plentiful range of activities set to be on offer at the festival. From swimming, Jacuzzi relaxing, paddle boarding, torch lit parades, and the carnival, there are so many different things to get involved in. Those with a keen cooking side can even try their hand at the pizza making workshops.
Whilst weather doesn’t look great at this time, the festival still plans to go ahead and offer its array of spectacular things on offer to those festival goers. The festival is well renowned to be ‘family friendly’ so if you are in the area and fancy a nice day out, check out the festival tickets that are left.
The festival takes place from 7th September to 10th September 2017.