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Event Partners

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When we created Festival No.6, we knew we needed to find partners who could share our vision, and make it happen. The following partners chosen for Festival No. 6 2017 each excel in their own chosen field and have helped us to realise our dream by supplying their unique expertise and magic.

The Guardian

The Guardian was the official media partner for Festival No.6 2017, showcasing The No.6 Academy in association with the prolific Guardian Masterclasses.

SKY ARTS

Sky Arts were our official Broadcast Partner for 2017.

Sky Arts is the UK’s only dedicated channel for the arts. It offers something for everyone, whatever their passion, with entertaining programmes showcasing the best of classical and popular music, theatre, opera, dance and the visual arts, as well as original drama and comedy.

Sky Arts is broadcast 24 hours a day and has over 1,000 hours available on catch-up TV, including flagship programmes such as Portrait Artist of The Year and The South Bank Show.

The channel is committed to supporting the arts by investing in the best talent, both on and off screen, as well as through exclusive partnerships with major UK and European cultural institutions, including National Theatre Live, Tate and The British Library.

The channel sits within Sky, Europe’s leading entertainment company, serving 22 million customers across five countries – UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Italy. The company has annual revenues of £12 billion and invests over £5 billion per year in programming.  The group employs 30,000 people and is listed on the London Stock Exchange (SKY).

 

Virgin Trains

Virgin Trains is proud to be the Official Travel Partner of Festival No.6 2017 for the fourth year running. Virgin Trains gave guests up to half price Priority Fares to Bangor from multiple locations across the UK. We hope you experienced our floating dancefloor at our party in the woods at the Virgin Trains Village Limits stage.

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ROUGH TRADE
First opened 1976 in West London, on the doorstep of punk, Rough Trade has spent the last four decades defining what it is to be an independent music store – an artist community hang-out, celebrating the most exciting forms of music self-expression and innovation.
WELSH GOVERNMENT

Festival Number 6 is extremely proud to be supported by the Welsh Government.

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VISIT WALES

Festival Number 6 is extremely proud to be supported by Visit Wales.

 

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Gwynedd Council

Festival Number 6 is extremely proud to be supported by Gwynedd Council.

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PORTMEIRION

We are so proud to call Portmeirion our home, which offers such a unique and magical site with nature and eccentricity in equal measures. Portmeirion was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village, and is now owned by a charitable trust.

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“Festival No.6 imbues the village with Clough’s spirit and brings the
place to life in a way no other event could ever achieve. Clough would
give you five stars, and so do we.”

Robin Llywelyn

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"A festival that’s as unique as it bills itself, a beautifully put-together event in a setting to match."

The Independent

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"This is the coolest, most surrealist, funkiest, freakiest, best festival in the world... Can we just come back every year?"

BECK

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"That was undoubtedly a career highlight."

Pet Shop Boys

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"The most bijou location of any music event I've ever attended."

The Independent

— PRESS —
"Festival No.6 could rival Montreux as the most sophisticated in Europe."

The Guardian

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"For six years Festival No 6 has had bills as bizarre and inventive as its location, Portmeirion, best known as the set for 1960s TV series The Prisoner."

The Times

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"Festival No.6 is still the oddest and most magical of the lot."

The Telegraph

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"The most Instagrammable festival in the UK"

The Independent

— PRESS —
"We feel like we're in the exact place we should be". Wayne, The Flaming Lips

Wayne Coyne, The Flaming Lips

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