The surprise announcement includes a rare festival appearance with Steve Coogan, who will be in conversation with writer and journalist Amy Raphael as they explore several themes including his exceptional career to date.
The festival also proudly announces a one-off live Q&A with Mark Ronson and director of the new Amy film, Asif Kapadia. The Q&A will follow a bespoke screening of Amy, which tells the story of Amy Winehouse through unheard tracks and unseen footage. Another rarity, Festival No. 6 marks the first time Ronson and Kapadia together in public to talk about the film.
Last but not least, the festival sees Brit Award winner James Morrison added the lineup, opening the main stage on the last day of the festival. With his eagerly anticipated fourth studio album scheduled for an October release, James will be digging into his prestigious back catalogue and premiering some brand new material.
Festival No. 6 takes place from 4-6 September at Portmeirion, Wales home of the cult TV series The Prisoner. For tickets and more information visit www.festivalnumber6.com