Festival No 6 organisers have revealed the dates of next year's festival with advance tickets already on sale.
The fourth festival staged at the Italianate village of Portmeirion near Porthmadog two weeks ago was described by founder Gareth Cooper as "incredibly successful" and in an email to fans thanked them for being part of the event this year.
He said next year's Festival No 6 will be from September 1-4.
"A limited amount of First Tier Tickets will go on sale at 12 noon (September 17). After a sell out show this year, we expect these to sell out quickly.
"There will be a slightly reduced ticket price for those who wish not to camp, and stay in nearby accommodation. Boutique camping and accommodation in Portmeirion itself will be released at a later date.
"Be seeing you at noo."
All tickets for the festival sold out more than a week before the first acts took to the stage. More than 15,000 visitors descended from all parts of Britain and beyond for the festival is described as a "bespoke banquet of music, arts and culture".
Mr Cooper added: "Every year we aim to make Festival No 6 better than the last. This is one of our main goals as well as proving an unique world-class festival that is different from anything else on offer.
"We have a wonderful collection of award-winning programmers and curators across music, arts, culture, literature and food that work all year, planning and devising the next stages for Festival No 6.
"We are currently working on ways to ensure next year's Festival No 6 pushes the boundaries of entertainment even further while bringing to life our fantastic home of Portmeirion."
Mr Cooper said the increased capacity at this year's festival had allowed organisers to curate more spaces and introduce more stages and make the event more viable to run.
"However we are fully aware that the intimacy of Portmeirion is one of the things that makes Festival No 6 so special.
"We have already identified a couple of areas where we can make some tweaks or improvements for next year," he said.
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