July 16, 2014 16:27

Kelis and Tune-Yards lead latest additions to Festival No 6 line-up

Tom Odell and Badly Drawn Boy also set to perform in Portmeirion, North Wales this September

Kelis and Tune-Yards lead latest additions to Festival No 6 line-up

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Kelis and Tune-Yards are among the latest additions to this year's Festival No 6.

The festival, which takes place from September 5 to 7 in Portmeirion, North Wales, has announced a number of new acts to its line-up today (July 16) with Tom Odell, Badly Drawn Boy, Paddy Considine's band Riding The Low, and Bodhi also new to the bill.

Earlier this year Pet Shop Boys were confirmed as the third headline act for this year's event, joining Beck and London Grammar on the bill for the unique festival, which won the NME Award for Best Small Festival in 2013.

The full list of new additions announced today is as follows: Kelis, Tom Odell, Badly Drawn Boy, Riding The Low, Bodhi, Tiny Ruins, Tune-Yards, Aquilo, Gengahr, The Everly Pregnant Brothers, Bird To Beast, Drohne, Pete McKee, Gallery Circus, The Humingbirds, Grasshopper, Stephen Morris, Slowgun, Hot Vestry, Steve Hanley, Okolosh, Kiran Leonard, Richard Hector-Jones and Bernie Connor.

Previous additions to the festival line-up include 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.

For more information visit festivalnumber6.com.

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