End of The Road Festival is located at Larmer Tree Gardens, near Blandford, in Dorset.

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104 miles West of London. (2 1/2 hour drive)
52 miles South of Bristol (90 minute drive)
23 miles North of Bournemouth (35 minute drive)

Click here to download directions for End of The Road  2015

Please help us keep the festival green and use public transport wherever possible.

If you’re driving and you have a spare space in your car – please sign up to our Lift Share Scheme and do your bit for the environment at the same time. Find out more here.


Travel to Salisbury Train Station (the trains from London Waterloo take about 90 minutes). You can look up trains here:

There will be a direct shuttle bus service from Salisbury Railway Station to the festival site, operated by Big Green Coach, details of which can be found below.

There are also a number of trusted taxi companies operating in the area that can take you from the station to the festival site.

Affinity Travel – 07833471429 (talk to Ben) £33

Onyx Taxi – 01980652227 (talk to Derek) £35 up to 22:00, after that they charge more.
Onyx keep a cab on site over the whole weekend and offer a double-up service, meaning if they’re picking one person up  and another calls for the same journey, they ask if they’d like to share the taxi, enabling them to split the cost.

Classic Cabs – 01722 710 111 (talk to Keith) £35
Additional charges apply before 7am and after 10 pm




Big Green Coach will once again be operating the festival shuttle service between Salisbury Train Station and the festival site.

Buses operate on the following dates and times:

From Salisbury Station to The Festival Site

Wednesday 2: Departure: 16:00. This service is for festival staff only
Thursday 3: Departure at least every 30 minutes between 14:00 – 19:00
Friday 4: Departure at least every 30 minutes between 11:00 – 16:00

From The Festival Site to Salisbury Station

Sunday 6: Departure at 17:00 and 19:00. These coaches must be pre-booked
Monday 7: Departures at least every 30 minutes between 07:00 – 13:00. There is an additional limited capacity 14:00 departure for staff only

A return fare costs £12 when purchased online in advance (£14 on the day).

You need to choose a date and time when booking your travel but your ticket entitles you to travel at any time if your plans change. The only exception to that rule is on the evening of Sunday 6 September when departures MUST be pre-booked.

There will be Big Green Coach staff at both the station and the festival site to assist you.

To view all service information and to guarantee your discounted seat visit:


Big Green Coach will be operating coach services from around the UK direct to the Official End of the Road Festival coach park.

Services will operate from Brighton, Bristol, London (Victoria) and Nottingham. Coaches depart London on both Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th and return home on Monday 7th September. All other services arrive at the festival site on Friday and depart for home on Monday morning.

Save driving, parking, suffering from any over indulgence, money and the environment with return fares that start from only £36!

You can choose to buy travel only or buy your coach and festival ticket together from their website. E-Tickets will be delivered by us no later than a week ahead of the festival. Big Green Coach also offer a deposit scheme (separate from ours) which starts at £50 for both coach and festival ticket. The final payment deadline is 15 June, the same as ours. You can find out more about our deposit scheme here:

To view all service information and to guarantee your seat visit: