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Event Partners

Event Partners

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

The Guardian

We’re delighted to announce the Guardian as the official media partner for Festival No.6 2017, showcasing The No.6 Academy in association with the prolific Guardian Masterclasses. We’ll be announcing more information on how to sign up to the classes very soon.

Virgin Trains

Virgin Trains is proud to be the Official Travel Partner of Festival No.6 for the fourth year. We have changed our timetable so that there are more services to Bangor from  multiple locations across the UK, with offers up to half price Priority Fares for a limited period – find out more here. Join us for our party in the woods at Virgin Trains Village Limits with its floating dancefloor, line up coming soon.


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.

Birra Moretti has been brewed to the same recipe since it was created by Luigi Moretti in Italy in 1859, using the finest ingredients to create a well-balanced lager with a pleasant subtle bitterness. Birra Moretti are proud to feature at Festival No.6 for the first time, and hope that you enjoy your weekend responsibly with great company, music, food and of course a Birra Moretti! Salute!

Old Mout

Old Mout (rhymes with fruit) was dreamed up in New Zealand’s Moutere Valley, over 65 years ago. The country has always been a playground for the naturally adventurous. Their passion and energy for life inspires them to create unique flavour combinations that take only the best from nature. Today they’re just as passionate about making cider and they’re bringing Old Mout and a little bit of that Kiwi spirit to you festival goers in the UK. They’ve also got four new adventurous flavours for you to experience at FN6.



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



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



Gwynedd Council

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



Tala is a young British lighting brand with a mission. The word Tala originates from an African concept of conservation through beauty and serves as our unifying ethos. The company was founded by four partners at the University of Edinburgh with a shared a passion for creating exquisite products that have a positive impact on the world. Their distinctive design rubric combines classic decorative qualities, industrial influences and pioneering LED technology.



Love Hope Strength is now firmly established as the world’s leading rock and roll cancer foundation. Love Hope Strength Foundation was registered as a charity in 2007, and co-founded by Mike Peters, two-times cancer survivor and internationally acclaimed singer of Welsh rock band The Alarm. Love Hope Strength Foundation as a charity promotes innovative, music related, outreach and awareness programmes for Leukemia and cancer sufferers, survivors and their families.




Wild Rumpus CIC is a social enterprise producing large scale outdoor family arts events, most often in wild natural landscapes. They believe that when families engage together in the highest quality arts in the great outdoors, something quite amazing can happen. They produce extraordinary worlds, taking families out of their day to day lives into magical and enchanting places which can inspire, create moments of wonder and have a lasting impact.

NFN provide the environment where families can immerse themselves in incredible stories and believe that families deserve access to the highest quality art. Alongside producing large-scale events, they’re working with performers, producers and programmers to shape a cultural environment where excellent outdoor work for families thrives.

As a not-for-profit community interest company, all of Wild Rumpus’s profit goes back into its arts programmes, developed to support emerging artists, create pioneering schemes for volunteers, and host creative adventures for marvellous families of all shapes and sizes.

“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

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


"That was undoubtedly a career highlight."

Pet Shop Boys

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

The Independent

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

The Guardian