Pet Shop Boys named third headliner for Festival No 6

Pop duo join Beck and London Grammar on bill at Welsh festival

Pet Shop Boys named third headliner for Festival No 6

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Pet Shop Boys have been named as the third headline act for this year's Festival No 6.

They join fellow headliners Beck and London Grammar on the bill for the unique festival, which won the NME Award for Best Small Festival in 2013 and takes place in the town of Portmeirion in North West Wales.

Other artists to appear on the bill this year will be Bonobo, Todd Terje, Jon Hopkins, Temples, Spector, Toy, Tom Vek and Patrick Wolf.

Neneh Cherry & RocketNumberNine, Martha Reeves And The Vandellas, Jimi Goodwin, James Holden, Los Campesinos!, John Wizards and Cherry Ghost will also play, as will Alexis Taylor, The Radiophonic Workshop, East India Youth, The Rails, All We Are, Arthur Beatrice, Childhood, Telegram and Brythoniad Male Voice Choir.

Festival No 6 takes place between September 5 and 7. It takes its name from the 1960s TV series The Prisoner, which was filmed in the town.

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