Festival No. 6 has announced details of its final headliner who is none other than electropop band and pioneers Metronomy! The third and final headliner completes the bill of the festival. Metronomy will share the top spot with epic disco diva Grace Jones and Belle and Sebastian.
Festival no.6 is on between 3rd and 6th September at the beautiful Portmeirion.
Metronomy, Belle & Sebastian, and Grace Jones and also confirmed are Mark Ronson (DJ set), British Sea Power, Years And Years, Haelos, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Everything Everything, James Bay, Gaz Coombes, Young Fathers, Kate Tempest, Rae Morris, Shura, Stornoway, The Bohicas, and FrYars.
Musical additions also include Badly Drawn Boy, Brythoniad Male Voice Choir, Jane Weaver, King Creosote, Soak, Ghost Culture, Hookworms, LA Priest, Stealing Sheep, Spring King, DJ Greg Wilson, Kermit, Joe Duddell and the No.6 Ensemble, Green Gartside, Drinks (Cate Le Bon & Tim Presley), Duke Garwood, Blind Arcade, Dub Sex, Gwenno, Dream Themes, Blossoms, Arthur Smith sings Leonard Cohen, King Eider, Drohne, James Atkin, The Mostar Diving Club, Yucatan, The Gramotones, Thud Crackle Pop, The Everley Pregnant Brothers, and Piazza House Band Gypsies of Bohemia.
The first DJ line-up includes headliners DJ Harvey, and a UK festival exclusive from The 2 Bears with a live set but also 808 State, Horse Meat Disco, Futureboogie, Low Life, Welsh House Mafia, Bicep, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Gerd Jansen, Andrew Weatherall, Optimo, Ralph Lawson, Justin Robertson, Maurice Fulton, and Mark E.
Authors and poets include Irvine Welsh in conversation with Justin Robertson, Director Kevin Allen returns with a theatrical version of Under Milk Wood Live, Kate Tempest, Matt Johnson (The The), Maxine Peake, Simon Day, Dom Joly, Stuart Maconie, Edith Bowman, Michel Faber, Owen Sheers, Lalinne Paul, Salena Godden, Luke Wright, Elaine Constantine, John Higgs, John Mitchinson, Chris Difford, and Brix Smith, will also be talking about her time in The Fall with Andrew Weatherall.
Don’t miss out as this looks like Festival no. 6’s best year yet!