Steve Mason, Temples, East India Youth & more join Q's stage at Festival Number 6

Steve Mason, Temples, East India Youth & more join Q's stage at Festival Number 6
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stevemasonWith just under a month to go to this year’s Festival Number 6, Q can announce the next wave of artists who will be playing our stage at the event.

The festival returns to Portmeirion between 5-7 September and we're onboard to bring you the The Portmeirion Town Hall In Association With Q.

Joining the bill are Steve Mason (pictured), Temples, East India Youth and more who will team-up with festival's composer-in-residence, Joe Duddell and the No.6 Ensemble for the collaborative Town Hall Sessions.

Thomas Gould, Mike Garry, Glass Works (a tribute to Philip Glass), Nadine Shah, and Rave(l) On (a tribute to Joseph-Maurice Ravel) are also taking part.

These unique performances will see the acts performing new version of their songs in our venue’s ornate setting, which will also be staging talks, DJs and more across the weekend.

The Portmeirion Town Hall In Association With Q

Friday, 5 September The Everly Pregnant Brothers Bird To Beast Drohne Pete McKee Welsh language class John Robb presents Louder Than Words Tim Peaks DJs

Saturday, 6 September Matt Everitt and Bonehead (Oasis) Gallery Circus The Humingbirds Grasshopper Northern Soul dance class Wigan Young Soul DJs Welsh language class Tim Peaks DJs Town Hall Sessions - Steve Mason, Thomas Gould, Mike Garry, Glass Works

Sunday, 7 September Tim Burgess and New Order's Stephen Morris in conversation Riding The Low Tim Burgess DJ set Stephen Morris DJ set Slowgun Hot Vestry Steve Hanley on Life In The Fall Welsh language class Tim Peaks DJs Town Hall Sessions - Temples, East India Youth, Nadine Shah, Rave(l) On

This year’s Festival Number 6 is being headlined by Pet Shop Boys, Beck and London Grammar. For the full line-up and the latest ticket news head to Festivalnumber6.com now. FN6-TOWNHALL-sessions