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Geraint Jarman, Candelas, Gai Toms, Y Pencadlys, Gwenno, Matt Berry, Jane Weaver, Plank, Emma Tricca, The Wharves, Yr Ods, Casi, Sŵnami,Nyth DJs and many more announcements confirmed for the Welsh and international stage.


The critically acclaimedFestival No.6is excited to announce it's new Welsh and International stage for this year's festival with many more acts, still to be revealed.


The festival has pulled in the expertise of Welsh music specialists - Huw Stephens and John Rostron fromSŵnFestivalbased in Cardiff - to offer a bespoke mix of Welsh artists and collaborators. Highlights include music producer, DJ, radio presenter, and musicianGwenno,folk singerChris Jones, Candelas, Gai Toms, Y Pencadlys, Kizzy Crawfordand fresh from touring New York, the Welsh beat-boxer, rapper and producer Ed Holden, akaMr Phormula.



This year the International Stage is curated and hosted byAndy Voteland theFinders Keepers DJsand features a diverse bill comprising Boston based alt rapper and producerEdan, Stereolab vocalistLaetitia Sadier, Lundy Island's finestH. Hawkline,Plank, Tender Prey, The Wharvesand Mancunian chanteuseJane Weaver. The stage also plays host to an exclusive set from actor, writer, comedian and musicianMatt Berry.



Building on the success of last year,Nyth Gwydirwill be hosting a collective mix of Welsh and international artists including, singer, songwriter and winner of BBC Radio Wales Best Song of 2013Casi, Geraint Jarman,Yr Ods, Cian Ciarán- known for twenty, ground-breaking years as the keyboard player and production wizard in the Super Furry Animals,Sŵnami, Plyciand a number of sets byNyth DJs.


Said Huw Stephens of Sŵn: "We are pleased to be part of this years Festival No.6 with an all Welsh line-up featuring some wonderful musicians. Geraint Jarman has been an influence and inspiration


for decades in Wales; a poet, barrier breaker and new music supporter. Yr Ods have played Sŵn many times and are one of Wales' finest young guitar bands."




Notes to Editors:


Dates: 5-7 September 2014


Live Acts


Beck / London Grammar/ Bonobo/Neneh Cherry with Rocketnumbernine/ Steve Mason/ Martha & the Vandellas/ Jimi Goodwin/ Temples/ James Holden/ Los Campesinos!/ John Wizzards/ Cherry Ghost/ Alexis Taylor/East IndiaYouth/ Radiophonic Workshop/ The Rails/ All We Are/ Arthur Beatrice/ Childhood/ Telegram/ The Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir



Julio Bashmore/ Andrew Weatherall/Danny Krivit/ Micheal Mayer/Justin Robertson/ Ewan Pearson/ Prosumer/ Ashley Beedle/ Awesome Tapes from Arfica/ Unabombers/ Eagles for Hands/ Joe Boyd/ Low Life/ Aficionado/ Amp + Deck/ Sophie Lloyd/ Disco Mums/ Camino Del Sol


Arts & Culture

 Charlie Higson / Dylan Thomas tribute feat. Rhys Ifans, Kevin Allen, Murray Lachlan Young / Julian Cope / Dom Joly / Jonathan Meades / Gavin Turk / Andrew Weatherall / Shlomo / Jay Rayner / Joe Boyd / Steve Mason / Letters Live featuring very special guests / Tim Burgess presents Tim Peaks / Stuart Maconie / Simon Day / John Shuttleworth / Matt Berry / Sam Lee / Katy Brand / Sara Pascoe / Robert Llewellyn / Jon Savage / Salena Godden / Stephen Morris / Bez's Question Time / Harry Leslie Smith / Mike Garry / Viv Albertine / Luke Haines / Gareth Roberts / Matt Everitt / Bonehead / Jonny Owen / Will Wiles / Shaun Usher / J P Bean / Chris Yates / William Atkins / Zoe Pilger / David Bramwell / Lloyd Bradley / Patience Agbabi / Tom Hodgkinson / Will Hodgkinson / Dorian Lynskey / Emma Jane Unsworth / Jesca Hoop / Luke Wright / Ted Kessler presents My Old Man / Philip Hoare / Richard Benson / Emma Warren / Trevor Cox / Evie Wyld / Rachel Newsome / Mark Vernon / John Mitchinson / James Endeacott / Richard Bray / Daniel Rachel / Kerry Daynes / Oliver Broadbent / Professor David Nutt / Helen Bagnall / Juliet Russell / Tony Husband's Cartoon Confessions / Gypsies of Bohemia / The Idler Academy / The Quietus stage / The No.6 Salon / Louder Than Words / Dream Themes


The Brythoniaid Welsh Male Voice Choir



Joe Duddell, Composer-in-residence


Welsh and International Stage

Candelas / Gai Toms / Mr Phormula / Y Pencadlys / Gwenno / Chris Jones / Kizzy Crawford / Edan / Matt Berry / Laetitia Sadler (Stereolab) / Jane Weaver / H. Hawkline / Plank / Tender Prey / Emma Tricca / The Wharves / Finder Keepers DJs / Geraint Jarman / Yr Ods / Cian Ciaran / Swnami / Casi / Plyci / Nyth DJ's




Josh Widdicombe / Henning Wehn / Robin Ince / Tony Law / Sara pascoe / Phil Kay / James Acaster / Marcel Lucont / Vikki Stone / John Robins / Suzi Ruffell / Alfie Brown / Ed gamble /Mat Ewins / Nish Kumar /Hayley Ellis




Festival premiere of The Living Room by Shane Meadows with Q&A and live set from Gavin Clark / Nowhere is Home (festival premiere) with Q&A with Kevin Rowlands and Jimmy Paterson (Dexys Midnight Runners) / Twin Town cast reunion / Kieran Evans / St Etienne present How We Used To Live / Svengali with Q&A with Jonny Owen and Vicky McClure (This Is England) / Jon Savage on Teenage / From Here To Before (Vashti Bunyan) with Joe Boyd / Heavenly Films Cinema / Speedlearn Late Night Cinema / The No.6 kids cinema in association with BFI




Carnival No.6 / Illustrious presents The Prisoner 3-D sound installation / The No.6 Masterclasses / Woodland storytelling / Torch lit Processions / Philosophy walks / Stargazing walks / The Secret Outlaws Camp



Plus many more to be announced!




Weekend Ticket Prices (Friday Arrival)

Adult Weekend Camping:£160 + BF (£10.00)

Young Person (11-15 years old) Camping:£80 + BF (£6.00)

Children (10 years and under) Camping:£Free + BF (£1.50)

Parking (Park & Ride):£20 + BF (£2.00)

Program: £8.00 +BF (£0.80)


Weekend Ticket Prices (Thursday Arrival)

Adult Weekend Camping:£175 + BF (£10)

Young Person (11-15 years old) Camping:£87.50 + BF (£6.50)

Children (10 years and under) Camping:£Free + BF (£1.50)

Parking (Park & Ride):£20 + BF (£2.00)

Program: £8.00 +BF (£0.80)



Please Note

Tickets will not be dispatched until 3 weeks before the event





For further information please contact:



Jessica Balodis or Gawen Higgins at Carousel PR


 + 44 (0) 161 686 5526


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