ROCK band Black Grape are the latest addition to this year's Festival No6.
Formed by Shaun Ryder (Happy Mondays) and Kermit (Ruthless Rap Assassins) in the mid-90s, the band will be at Portmeirion to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, It's Great When You're Straight...Yeah.
Kermit Leveridge said: "Festival No6 is unique. It's a festival that has something for everybody, whether you wanna party hard or you're a culture vulture. They have great acts and it's a beautiful backdrop.
"This will be the third year I've been to No6 and I'm really looking forward to tearing it up with Black Grape.
Festival organiser Gareth Cooper added: "Black Grape are one of the most influential bands of the 90s - they were a genre busting revelation. It's Great When You're StraightfiYeah was literally the sound track to a thousand parties and still sounds fresh today.
"We're hugely looking forward to bringing their madcap vibes to Portmeirion."
The event takes place over the weekend of September 3-6. "With more acts, new venues and other events yet to be revealed, the fourth Festival No6 is set to be the most impressive to date," added Gareth.
More information and tickets at www.festivalnumber6.com
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