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ANNOUNCING… The Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir

ANNOUNCING… The Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir

We’re delighted to welcome back the wonderful Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir, for the seventh year running. The Brythoniaid have a combined age of over 4,500 and have become true stars of No.6, since they covered New Order’s Blue Monday when the seminal Manchester band headlined the inaugural festival.

Over the years, the seasoned veterans have also covered Elbow, Chic, and joined Pet Shop Boys on the main stage to close No.6 with a storming version of Go West, which the Pet Shop Boys declared was “definitely a career highlight.” Last year, they added a jaw-dropping version of Rag’n’Bone Man’s ‘Skin’ to their set.

They also have a brilliant oeuvre of Welsh language classics and a few twists of their own, all of which means their headline set on the Piazza has become a must-see event of Festival No.6. The Brythoniaid have welcomed some new members recently, and we’re looking forward to the biggest choir performance No.6 has ever seen.

Be seeing you Brythoniaid…

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