Manics to play Festival No.6

Festival No.6 has announced that Manic Street Preachers have been persuaded to end their self-imposed two-year exile to headline one of the nights at this year’s event, which will be a UK festival exclusive. The cover of their fifth studio album This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours was shot in 1998 on the beach at Portmeirion, North Wales – home of Festival No.6. This year’s festival falls on the 15th anniversary of the album’s release.

Other live acts confirmed in the first wave of announcements for 2013 include James Blake, Everything Everything, I Am Kloot, AlunaGeorge, Laura Mvula, Mount Kimbie, Caitlin Rose, Chapel Club and Dutch Uncles.

Festival No.6 was named Best New Festival at the UK Festival Awards, whilst 2012 headliners New Order walked away with the prize for Best Headline Performance. More recently it was voted Best Small Festival in a public poll at the NME Awards.

Dates:
September 13 – 15, 2013

Ticket information:

Weekend Ticket Prices (Friday Arrival)
Adult Weekend Camping: £170 + BF
Young Person (11-15 years old) Camping: £85 + BF
Children (10 years and under) Camping: £Free + BF
Disabled Weekend Camping: £170 +BF
Campervan Ticket (5m x 5m Plot): £100 +BF
Parking (Park & Ride): £15 + BF

Weekend Ticket Prices (Thursday Arrival)
Adult Weekend Camping: £180 + BF
Young Person (11-15 years old) Camping: £90 + BF
Children (10 years and under) Camping: £Free + BF
Disabled Weekend Camping: £180 +BF
Campervan Ticket (5m x 5m Plot): £100 +BF
Parking (Park & Ride): £15 + BF

Day Ticket Prices (Friday / Saturday / Sunday)
Adult Day Ticket: £65 +BF
Young Person (11-15 years old): £40 +BF
Children (10 years and under): £Free + BF
Disabled Day Ticket: £65 + BF


For tickets and info please visit the festival website

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