You could win one of five pairs of tickets to Festival No.6, a pioneering new festival which was voted Best New Festival at the UK Festival Awards. It brings together outstanding music, arts, culture, food and much more in the stunning Welsh village of Portmeirion.
The stylish festival will take place on the weekend of September 13-15 with a carefully curated line-up including the likes of Manic Street Preachers, Chic Ft Nile Rogers, James Blake, Frankie Knuckles, Carl Craig, Gilles Peterson, Greg Wilson, Everything Everything, I Am Kloot and many, many more as well as a diverse range of arts and culture. The village will come alive with spoken word, film screenings, comedy, pop-up theatre, storytelling trails, pop-up woodland raves, sound and light installations. There will also be high quality food, late night ghost walks, secret parties, torch lit processions and much more... Festival No.6 truly is a festival unlike any other, in a place like no other. To buy tickets or for more information please visit www.festivalnumber6.com
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Enfolded within Camden Market, this building may have been a horse hospital at one point in its lifetime, but it certainly ain't an animal refuge any more. The cobbled floors remain, as do the stables, but they've been spruced up and turned into booths. The roof terrace has also been revamped with bright colours and twee bunting. The main space is usually decked with artwork on the walls and also has a stage for live bands. There's a cabaret room on the other side of the venue and, of course, a bar serving up the usual tipples. Club nights here usually feature indie-electro, synth-pop, R&B, hip hop and funk.
Venue says: “From Drizzy to Dizzee, we play you the best in hip hop, trap and grime every Wednesday at Proud Camden.”