PRS for Music present exclusive line-up and ’40 Years of Punk’ celebration at Festival No.6
World-renowned record producer Steve Levine and Tony James (Generation X, Sigue Sigue Sputnik) Performances from Melt Yourself Down, Beach Baby, Fickle Friends and Pumarosa
PRS for Music is proud to be partnering with award-winning Festival No. 6 this year, presenting the Lost in the Woods stage and an exclusive panel celebrating the 40th anniversary of punk.
The Lost in the Woods stage presented by PRS for Music comes alive from midday on all three days of the festival and will feature PRS for Music members including Melt Yourself Down, Beach Baby, Fickle Friends and Pumarosa.
We're really excited to be playing at Festival No. 6 this year on the PRS for Music Stage. PRS have been really supportive to us in the past...they're a great organisation for up and coming bands.
PRS for Music is also proud to be hosting an exclusive discussion with world-renowned record producer Steve Levine and punk legend Tony James (Generation X, Sigue Sigue Sputnik) sharing stories, memories and insight on the punk phenomenon that is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. The discussion is taking place on Saturday 3rd September at 3pm in The Gatehouse within the Festival No.6 village and is free on a first-come basis.
Festival No.6 is set to be bigger and better than ever this year and we’re absolutely delighted to have PRS for Music on board as our partner and sponsor of the Lost in the Woods stage. PRS for Music is a great alignment for our brand, and hosting some great talent on the stage will no doubt enhance our customer enjoyment and experience. We can’t wait!
What better way to showcase our amazing members than by partnering with one of the most exciting festivals in the UK. We are thrilled to be coming to Portmeirion to host the ‘Lost in the Woods’ stage as well as celebrate one of the most powerful musical movements in history.
About PRS for Music
PRS for Music represents the rights of songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK and around the world. As a membership organisation it works to ensure that creators are paid whenever their musical compositions and songs are streamed, downloaded, broadcast, performed and played in public. In 2019, 18.8 trillion performances of music were reported to PRS for Music with £810.8m collected on behalf of its members, making it one of the world’s leading music collective management organisations.