Britain’s Most Picturesque Festival? Festival No 6 2015 In Pictures

If you’ve had enough of wading through mud at T in the Park or getting your tent set on fire at Reading and Leeds, then Festival No. 6 – set in the quaint and picturesque town of Portmeirion, designed in the mid-1900s to look like an Italian village – might be just the antidote. This year it had a cracking line up to boot – featuring everyone from Belle and Sebastian to Everything Everything. Here were its best moments…

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Set in the Welsh village of Portmeirion – the location for ’60s TV series The Prisoner – Festival No 6 is almost certainly the most picturesque of all of Britain’s summer events.

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Saturday’s headliners Belle & Sebastian, testing the limits of the amount of people and instruments you can fit on a stage.

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A surprisingly dapper Shaun Ryder revelling in the sun with Black Grape.

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Indie stalwarts British Sea Power get the red mist on Saturday night.

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The unstoppable rise of Catfish And The Bottlemen continues as Van McCann and co draw a heaving crowd to their Main Stage set.

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Van McCann channels his inner Ronan Keating with a hairstyle last seen in 1997.

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Suited and booted, Everything Everything are ready to go.

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Ever-cheerful chappy Gaz Coombes tears through his post-Supergrass back catalogue in the Sunday sun.

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Who’s this shy and retiring little wallflower? Why, it’s Grace Jones! You could have put a bit of effort in Grace, for God’s sake.

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While former Late Of The Pier frontman Sam Dust – aka La Priest – concocts some squelching, electronic sonic wizardry on Sunday.

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London’s best new girl gang The Big Moon pack in the giddy hooks on Sunday.

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