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…
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.
Saturday's headliners Belle & Sebastian, testing the limits of the amount of people and instruments you can fit on a stage.
A surprisingly dapper Shaun Ryder revelling in the sun with Black Grape.
Indie stalwarts British Sea Power get the red mist on Saturday night.
The unstoppable rise of Catfish And The Bottlemen continues as Van McCann and co draw a heaving crowd to their Main Stage set.
Van McCann channels his inner Ronan Keating with a hairstyle last seen in 1997.
Suited and booted, Everything Everything are ready to go.
Ever-cheerful chappy Gaz Coombes tears through his post-Supergrass back catalogue in the Sunday sun.
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.
Leeds' sonic tricksters Hookworms bring the noise rock to Portmeirion.
Sunday's special guest headliners, meanwhile, were fans of sitting down – James.
Zane Lowe's favourite new band Spring King prove their mettle on Saturday afternoon.
While former Late Of The Pier frontman Sam Dust - aka La Priest - concocts some squelching, electronic sonic wizardry on Sunday.
Has anyone ever seen James Bay without a hat on? What secrets is he hiding under there? Let us know your theories in the comments.
London's best new girl gang The Big Moon pack in the giddy hooks on Sunday.