Uk festivals such as Glastonbury Festival, Love Supreme, The Big Festival, and The Leeds Festival are awesome events where crowds can enjoy merry-making.
During such festivals, people can welcome the good vibes of virtual strangers while getting their fix of arts, culture, and music.
Apart from the aforementioned festivals, there is Festival No. 6. It is held in the first half of September each year and it is one worth looking forward to!
About the Festival
Festival No. 6, an arts and culture and music festival, first took place on September 14, 2012, at the grounds of Portmeirion, Wales. Its location is set in the North of Wales because of the grandiose feel of the place. There, you can find Italian-inspired edifices, a garden, and a beach.
And because it was such a success then, thousands of people (some are among the 6,500 original festival-goers) began to come to Festival No. 6 annually. As one of the event organizers have stated, due to the size of the location and positive reactions, the number of attendees is likely to grow to a whopping 10,000.
Moreover, lots of people from different age groups would attend Festival No. 6 because it is a family-friendly festival. It features camping areas, where family members can put up little homes to hang out with loved ones. And another one of its popular areas is Mischief Meadows, which features a children’s theatre and sites for face-painting and game-playing.
What Do You Do in Festival No. 6?
When attending Festival No. 6, plenty of activities are in store for you. If you prefer a relaxing, lazy time, sitting down at the grounds and listening to eclectic music could be the perfect activity for you.
You can also go out and about within the festival village. You can watch the shows of celebrated comedians (e.g. Mark Watson, Johnny Vegas, Paul Foot), visit the carnival, participate in one-of-a-kind yoga classes (e.g. paddleboard yoga, rise and shine sessions), check out art installations, or/and visit street food villages.
One of Festival No. 6’s memorable aspects is its amazing line-up of celebrated personalities in the arts and culture and music scenes. Over the years, attendees have witnessed live performances of High Flying Birds, Belle and Sebastian, The Flaming Lips, Manic Street Preachers, My Bloody Valentine, and New Order.
How to Attend
According to the organizers, attending Festival No. 6 is easy. As a procedure, they clarify that you simply have to buy tickets from the official Festival No. 6 website and then, voila, you can show up. As a treat, all children below 10 years old can get in without tickets!