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Just look at this 2020 line-up for this year’s End Of The Road festival

The 2020 headliners are Angel Olsen, Big Thief, Pixies and King Krule

The reason people go back to End of the Road year after year is because it’s consistently excellent. That goes for everything (shout out The Curry Shed), but mostly their line-up choices. And just look at who’s booked for 2020. At the top of the bill are headliners Angel Olsen, Big Thief, Pixies and King Krule. But along with that, the return of Bright Eyes – their first UK show in 9 years – Richard Hawley, Little Simz, Aldous Harding, Whitney and The Comet Is Coming.

As always the reward is in the depth of the bill. The likes of Richard Dawson and Girl Band, Warmduscher and Squid (photographed, 2019) Black Country, New Road and Dry Cleaning, Nadia Reid and Sarathy Korwar.

It all takes place at the picturesque Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset between 3-6 September. Tickets are available now.

Take a look at the festival’s 2019 highlights below, check out Loud And Quiet’s coverage of the festival from last year or hear festival founder Simon Taffe in conversation on our Music Made Me Do It podcast sharing how he started EOTR from nothing.

Photo: Sharon Lopez

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