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Check out the bunch of great acts End of the Road have just added to this year’s festival

Nice. Real nice.

End of the Road just got bigger. Today (March 7) the festival added a bunch more acts to their already impressive bill for 2018.

The new additions include Josh T. Pearson, Wild Billy Childish & The CTMF, Lucy Dacus, Soccer Mommy and a special performance from Stealing Sheep who’ll mark the centenary of suffrage with a new performance inspired by the suffragette movement.

Also playing are Titus Andronicus, Jonathan Wilson, Shannon and the Clams, Warmduscher, Haley Heynderickx, Warhaus, Honey Harper, Cut Worms, The Orielles and Boy Azooga.

They join a weekend that will be headlined by St. Vincent, Vampire Weekend and Feist. Topping the bill for the festival’s opening Thursday night on the Woods Stage will be Yo La Tengo.

It all takes place at Lamar Tree Gardens, Dorset on 30 August – 2 September. For more information, and tickets, visit the EOTR website.

Last year’s edition of End of the Road featured headline slots from the likes of Mac DeMarco, Father John Misty and Bill Callahan. You can revisit all of our coverage from 2017 – y’know, just to get into the mood.

Here’s the latest line-up poster for 2018. Get stuck in.

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