Line-up grows for the September event
As if End of the Road didn’t already get off to a brilliant start, they’ve just announced a whole collection of new artists.
Joining previously announced headliners Father John Misty and Mac DeMarco will be Bill Callahan.
Other acts freshly announced for the event, which takes place at Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset, include Blanck Mass, Waxahatchee, The Moonlandingz, Moses Sumney, Timbre Timber and Alex Cameron.
Those are just the ones we’ve picked out. There’s a full list of the newly announced artists below. And just further down, the artists already confirmed to appear.
It all takes place 31 August – 3 September. On the Thursday night Slowdive will play the Big Top, with support from The Moonlandingz.
- Bill Callahan
Allison Crutchfield and The Fizz
The Surfing Magazines
Jonathan Toubin (DJ)
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Tides Of Man
- Lucinda Williams
Band Of Horses
The Jesus and Mary Chain
Amadou & Mariam
Car Seat Headrest
The Lemon Twigs
Courtney Marie Andrews
All We Are
Let’s Eat Grandma
Kelly Lee Owens
Brix & The Extricated
Aaron Lee Tasjan
Shovels & Rope
W. H. Lung
The Honey Hahs
Legends Of Country
The Spook School
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