PRE AND POST FESTIVAL OPENING HOURS
Last public entry to the village is 2pm on Thursday 4th Sept
All on site shops, cafes, restaurants and other facilities close at 3pm on Thursday 4th Sept. Members of the public are asked to vacate the site by 3pm on Thurs 4th Sept. At that time several thousand festival camping guests will begin to arrive on site to set up camp for the festival. A steady stream of shuttle buses will cause delays to any members of the public who have not departed by 3pm.
Portmeirion village open to Festival No.6 ticket holders only from 3pm on Thursday 4th Sept to Sunday 7th Sept. Approximately 10,000 festival guests will take over Portmeirion for the weekend.
Portmeirion closed all day Monday 8th Sept
On Monday 8th Sept Portmeirion will returf lawns, remove temporary structures and generally tidy up after the event.
We will be open as usual (9:30am - 19:30pm) from Tues 9th Sept. Please note there will be some evidence of the festival on site for one or two days aftererwards as an event such as this has to instal significant infrastructure and this takes time to dismantle and remove.
Weekend tickets and single day tickets available without booking fee if you call in person at Portmeirion Information Centre (telephone 01766 770000 to book tickets in advance)
Day (Friday) £55
Day (Saturday) £65
Day (Sunday) £65
Festival No.6 returns to Portmeirion for its third year with an amazing line up of music, theatre, arts and culture, gourmet pop-ups, surprise guests and more.
The festival is a week earlier than usual and is set to be the biggest and best ever.
Boutique Camping is also now sold out for those who wanted a little more luxury. Options included Bell Tents, Lotus Belles, Tipis and Yurts all with high standards of bathing and showering facilities.
Click on the following link to find out more about the luxury festival experience
For full details about Festival No.6 visit the official website - click on the link below
In common with many other festivals, Festival No.6 makes availalbe a limited number of local resident tickets at a slightly reduced rate. These are available for anyone living within the adjoining postcode areas.
The festival appreciates the support and cooperation it gets of the local community and hopes that providing tickets at a reduced rate as a gesture of goodwill may offset some of the inevitable disruption that occurs in terms of traffic, parking, noise and access restrictions.
Local tickets can only be purchased in person from Portmeirion's Information Centre with proof of identity and proof of residence within one of the designated postcode areas.
Local postcode areas include Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Llanfrothen, Talsarnau, Harlech, Maentworog, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llan Ffestiniog, Trawsfynydd, Porthmadog, Tremadog, Cricieth, Llanystumdwy and Garn Dolbenmaen.
We regret to
advise that local postcode tickets are now sold out and no more
will be issued this year.
Weekend tickets (price includes standard camping) and Single day tickets (no camping included) are available from the Portmeirion Information Centre at the standard price (but no booking fee).
Call in at Portmeirion or telephone 01766 770000 to find out more.