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End Of The Road 2016 Stage Times Revealed!

(3 days ago)

With just one week until End Of The Road 2016 opens its gates, we are thrilled to reveal this year’s stage times.

To save you some precious time, our friends over at The Line Of Best Fit have put together this nifty clash finder. Visit http://bestf.it/2bpXJd9 to download their tailor-made cheat sheet!

Proceedings kick off that little bit earlier this year, with the Thursday night hosting some incredible acts, including The Shins on the Woods Stage:

Thursday 1 September

Woods Stage

The Shins (20:45 – 22:15)
Teleman (19:00 – 19:45)

Tipi Stage

Surprise Show (22:00 – 23:00)
YAK (20:45 – 21:30)
John Johanna (19:30 – 20:15)
Baywaves (18:15 – 19:00)

Kelley Stoltz has sadly had to cancel his European tour and will therefore no longer be appearing at this year’s End Of The Road.


Only 300 Tickets Left and just over Two Weeks to go until End of The Road 2016!

(2 weeks ago)

Have you seen the news? We’re down to our last 300 tickets! Don’t miss out, grab your friends, grab your wallet and grab your ticket for End of The Road 2016!

It’s going to be a magical weekend, and not just because of the exceptional headliners – including The Shins‘ first show in four years, the only chance to see the dazzlingly talented Joanna Newsom in the UK this year, the Technicolor genre-hopping Animal Collective and the otherworldly Bat for Lashes – as everyone who has been to End of The Road knows, it’s all about the new discoveries and secret performances. Who will be popping up at the Piano Stage or singing on the Disco Ship? Anything could happen… Including one more headliner still to be announced for the Big Top on Saturday night, who will be revealed on site!

This year for the first time, we welcome cult national treasure Adam Buxton to the festival, who will be recording his much loved ‘ramble chats’ podcast with very special guests to be announced on Saturday. Other one off events include the first in a series of very special pre-release album listening parties for Wilco’s tenth studio album Schmilco, on Saturday morning at the Tipi Stage. The new record will be played on vinyl in full from 11am, before anyone else gets to hear it.

As if that wasn’t enough, we are delighted with our Comedy Stage line up, lead by Bridget Christie following her five star show at Edinburgh, the inimitable Stewart Lee, alternative comedy hero Josie Long, acclaimed newcomer Lolly Adefope and Radio 4 regular Andy Zaltzman performing his Political Animal show. Other highlights include the legendary comedian and Comedy Club host Arthur Smith, along with comedy writer turned celebrity Masterchef Hardeep Singh Kohli, hugely respected and wildly popular Adam Bloom and Benedict Cumberbatch’s pal John Finnemore making his debut at the festival.

There’s something to please all tastes in the Cinema schedule this year, whether your after an acclaimed documentary such as the visually stunning Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures or one of the year’s best independent films Everybody Wants Some!!!, Richard Linklater’s semi-sequel to his 1970s high-school comedy Dazed and Confused. Alternatively if you want to catch up some of 2016’s box office hits, there’s The Jungle Book and Nice Guys, as well as some old hit classics such as E.T., Kes and Being John Malkovich among many others. We also have a very special screenings of the music documentaries The Sad And Beautiful World of Sparklehorse and Invisible Britain: Sleaford Mods, both preceded by Q&As with their directors Bobby Dass and Paul Sng respectively.

Along with our usual stellar selection of Workshops and activities taking place in the Wonder Lands and the ever impressive line up of Food & Drinks on offer, including Beavertown taking over the Courtyard Bar this year, End of The Road is set to be one of the best weekends of 2016. Come join us for the party of the year!


Real Ale Festival Brewery Details

(1 month ago)

We are very lucky to have some of the country’s best real ale breweries located right on our doorstep, so for the third year we are running our Real Ale Festival within The Bear Tavern (and across the site). By sourcing our real ale direct from local breweries we get to reduce road miles and support local businesses while serving you some excellent beer.

And when we say Real Ale, this is exactly what we mean… Real Ale. Beer that has been brewed by true craft producers, using the best quality ingredients and which has a second fermentation in the barrel allowing us to serve direct from the barrel without the need for extra gas – just the way Real Ale should be, to boost all those amazing flavours.

The Bear Tavern will also be home to some free ale tasting at midday each day as well as the opportunity to meet some of the brewers in person and ask some brewing questions (ideal for all you home brewers out there). Check the daily boards for which beers are ready to be served and who is speaking on the day.

Below is just a quick run down on who we’ll have on site. Be sure to check our programme for more tasting notes and details.

Trail blazing pioneers of the craft beer movement Beavertown are turning our Courtyard Bar into The Beaver Bar for 2016! From their new on site HQ they’ll be serving up trademark brews like their fruit-tinged APA, Gamma Ray, ‘easy drinking’ session IPA, Neck Oil, and their dark smoked porter, Smog Rocket, in addition to the likes of Quelle, 8 Ball, Holy Cowbell and Black Betty!

Milk Street Brewery return with another take on an ‘End Of The Road inspired’ Ale. Our namesake brew won’t begin fermentation until next (month/week), so tasting notes are strictly under wraps, but if it’s anything like previous batches we’re in for another delight! Other Milk Street favourites including Funky Monkey and Zigzag Stout will also be available and all beers have vegan options.

Our Dorset countryfolk Sunny Republic Brewery bring their delightful Beach Blonde, a lightly malty Pacific Pale Ale headed with a unique blend of Pacific hops that lend a sun-soaked, tropical aroma. They’ll also have full-bodied Huna Red Hibiscus Ale and their zingy Hop Dog, a zesty IPA with a recurrently bitter finish.

Handley brewers, Six Penny Brewery, will be on hand with their flagship session ale, 6D Best. A trustworthy, true festival companion brew if ever there was one.

Hopback Brewery join us from Wiltshire, armed with batches of their Summer Lightning (allegedly one of the most decorated and award-winning beers in Britain!), Golden Best and vegan-friendly Entire Stout!

Hailing from Salisbury, Wiltshire, Downton Brewery‘s Honey Blonde is a unctuous delight led by spicy and floral hops paired with a rich sweetness of maize and honey. They’ll also have their premium red bitter Route 66, and the complex dark brown ale, Dark Delight.

Gyle 59 bring a taste of their vegan friendly ales to be enjoyed by all! Be sure to sample their Happy Daze wheat beer, lit up by banana and coriander, as well as their Freedom Hiker and IPA.

Also representing Wiltshire, Stonehenge Brewery with an array of bitters that showcase the precision and variety of master brewers; look out for amber Heel Stone and golden premium bitters Eye Opener and Five Rings.

Staying true to their roots, Ringwood are still proudly brewing and plying their maiden beverage, Best, as well as Forty Niner, which they’ve been brewing since 1978! Better still, they’ll be bringing both to Larmer Tree for you to enjoy!

From Hampshire, Long Dog Brewery bring their ideal thirst quencher Golden Poacher, as well as true-to-tradition English best bitter, Brindle, and their golden ale, Kismet.

Hailing from The New Forest, Vibrant Forest Brewery are in attendance with Nova Foresta, a refreshing amber bitter and Flying Saucer, a zesty golden beer with a palate-tingling bitter finish.

The Brew Shack bring a range of their vegan-friendly, small batch brews to End Of The Road, including Amber Gambler, Pale Ale and 8 Grain Porter.

Wimborne’s Eight Arch Brewing Co. will join us with a range of beers that includes their CAMRA Dorchester 2016 ‘Beer of the Festival’, Parabolic!

Hampshire’s Flower Pots Brewery are aboard and they’re bringing their acclaimed Hampshire Beer Of The Year (2015) Perridge Pale, Flowerpots Bitter and Hampshire Beer Of The Year 2013 AND 2014, Goodens Gold!


Just over 7 weeks to go, End of The Road reveals 2016 Film Programme

(2 months ago)

On top of our exceptional Music, Comedy and Literary bills, we’ve also been busy putting together our Cinema schedule, featuring our usual array of old classics mixed with some of this year’s standouts.

There’s something to please all tastes this year, whether your after an acclaimed documentary such as the visually stunning Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures or one of the year’s best independent films Everybody Wants Some!!, Richard Linklater’s semi-sequel to his 1970s high-school comedy Dazed and Confused. Alternatively if you want to catch up some of 2016’s box office hits, there’s The Jungle Book and Nice Guys, as well as some old hit classics such as E.T., Kes and Being John Malkovich among many others.

We also have a very special screenings of the music documentaries The Sad And Beautiful World of Sparklehorse and Invisible Britain: Sleaford Mods, both preceded by Q&As with their directors Bobby Dass and Paul Sng respectively. Also in this category is Greg Butler’s documentary The Ambiguity Of Thomas Broughton, which follows Broughton from his hometown in West Yorkshire to a climatic set at End Of The Road where he serenades a half eaten sausage. Ideal viewing at this year’s festival!

And finally, in honour of David Bowie and Prince who we sadly lost this year, we will be screening Purple Rain and Labyrinth on Thursday night.

Cinema at End Of The Road 2016:

Thursday
Purple Rain
This Is Spinal Tap
Labyrinth
The Ambiguity of David Thomas Broughton

Friday
LA Confidential
Victoria
Kes
Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach
The Sad & Beautiful World of Sparkle Horse (with Director Q&A)
Future Shorts Programme
The Jungle Book (2016)
E.T.

Saturday
The Thing (1982)
Nice Guys
Anomalisa
Being John Malkovich
Embrace of The Serpent
Invisible Britain: Sleaford Mods (with Director Q&A)
Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures
When Marnie Was There

Sunday
The Neon Demon
Green Room
Everybody Wants Some!!
Little Men
Sing Street
Fantastic Mr. Fox
The Iron Giant

Tickets for this year’s festival won’t be available for long, so if you haven’t grabbed yours yet, get one HERE and don’t miss out. End Of The Road is your only chance to see the dazzlingly talented Joanna Newsom in the UK this year, as well as The Shins‘ first show in four years, the Technicolor genre-hopping Animal Collective and the otherworldly Bat for Lashes’ first festival headline slot since the release of her acclaimed new album The Bride.


End Of The Road Workshops & Activities Announced and just Eight Weeks To Go!

(2 months ago)

With just eight weeks to go until End Of The Road Festival opens its gates, we are delighted to share details of our very popular workshops and activities taking place in the Wonder Lands.

If you fancy exercising your creativity, you can have a stab at everything from Clay Creations and Origami, to Screen Printing and even comic books with the Crazy Comic Club, run by the satirical cartoonist James Parsons. There’s plenty for the crafty types as well with some Willow and Wire weaving, as well as the chance to make yourself some jewellery in the Enamelling workshop.

For the extroverts among you, we have a wealth of performing arts workshops including Singing Loudly For All To Hear, who will be putting together an End of The Road choir. Or tread the boards with The One Line Theatre company who will be creating an original and usually hilarious piece of theatre using spontaneous and sporadic sentences plucked from the brains of the unsuspecting public. Or discover spontaneous comic within with the Improvisational Comedy workshop, who use games and activities designed to ‘liberate you from thinking, planning or judging’.

The kids will be kept entertained (and some adults, no doubt!) with the usual variety of story telling from old favourites to new classics, along with Painting For Kids, the El Baldiniho Magic Show and for the more inquisitive, the Mini Professors workshop will allow children can explore the exciting scientific world of water pressure, bubbles, fossils and much more.

If it’s inner peace you’re craving after all that excitement, there will be Yoga, Meditation and Qigong workshops, or if it’s soul food you’re after you can make your own pitta bread with Pizza Tabun.

You can also create your own dinosaur costume with Hunga Bunga’s DIY Dinosaurs, ideal for this year’s Videopia of Jurassic Park which will be recreated and filmed on site. Watch last year’s exceptional effort recreating the Lord Of The Rings Trilogy HERE

Workshops at End Of The Road 2016:

Arts & Crafts

Hungamunga’s DIY Dinosaurs
Crazy Comic Club with James Parsons
Clay Creations
Origami
Willow Weaving
Wire Weaving
Rag Rug Brooches
Painting for Kids
Wet Felting
Braiding
Screen Printing
Enamelling
Spare Room Arts
Embroidery
Cygnet School Of Art
Crazy Comic Club

Music, Performing Arts & Stories

School Of Noise
Flash Fiction with Claire Fuller
The Accidental Songwriter’s Guild
Improvisational Comedy
Where The Wild Things Are
Shh We Have a Plan!
Wendy the Wide Mouthed Frog!
The One Line Theatre Company
The Great Big Crash Bang Production
Folk Tales
Mini Professors
Singing Loudly For All To Hear
Magic Workshops
El Baldiniho Magic Show
In The Bellows

Exercise & Mindfulness

Magpie Qigong
Circus Skills
Yoga For Adults
Hula Hoop
Yoga for Families
Meditation

Food

Pizza Tabun

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE


Ezra Furman, BEAK> and more added to 2016 bill. Plus Day Splits revealed

(2 months ago)
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We are delighted to announce the day splits as well as some extra additions to this year’s already extraordinary line up.

The Shins will open the festival and play their first UK show in over four years (their only UK festival in 2016) on The Woods Stage on Thursday night, supported by new line up additions Teleman. Technicolor, genre-hopping, experimental vocal harmonising one-offs Animal Collective will follow on Friday night. Bat for Lashes, who has long been on the festival wish list with her unique brand of otherworldly pop, plays End of The Road for the first time on Saturday while the inimitable Joanna Newsom will close The Woods Stage on Sunday with her harp-led sonic odyssey, playing her only UK festival this year.

Meanwhile Scottish genre-defining alt-rock heroes Teenage Fanclub will close the festival with a late Big Top headline slot on Sunday night (playing after Joanna Newsom), where the likes of Steve Mason and Cat’s Eyes will have lit up the stage the night before. The Garden Stage will see the mercurial and mesmerising singer-songwriter Cat Power play End of The Road for the first time on Friday, followed by one of today’s new additions, the gender and genre defying Ezra Furman, who returns to the festival to headline on Saturday night. The iconic Garden Stage will also play host to John Dwyer’s peerless Thee Oh Sees, rounding off a flawless Sunday night bill after Thurston Moore Group and Kevin Morby.

The Tipi Stage plays host to a wealth of new talent this year with Mothers headlining on Friday and Sunflower Bean headlining on Sunday. We are also delighted to finally welcome BC Camplight to End of The Road, who played our Rough Trade takeover event last month and now headlines the Tipi stage on Saturday. Other Tipi highlights include rising stars Frankie Cosmos on Saturday and Karl Blau on Friday.

In addition to all this, throughout the four days, there will be the usual array of surprise performances, one off collaborations and secret sets – presented in collaboration with The Line of Best Fit – that have become End of The Road’s trademark. Uncut will be returning to host their daytime artist Q&As and there will be a variety of after hours fun and dancing to be had at the Silent Disco, The Disco Ship and Bat for Lashes’ ‘wedding reception’ hosted by Loud & Quiet (with very special guest DJ’s to be announced) after her headline set of The Bride on Saturday.

Details of set times will be released closer to the festival and will be staggered to avoid clashes where possible.

Line Up Additions to End Of The Road Festival 2016:

Ezra Furman
Beak>
Teleman
John Johanna


2016 Literature Line Up Announced

(3 months ago)

We are delighted to announce this year’s Literary line up, showcasing some of the best of the current crop of acclaimed writers. As usual, during the morning of each day of the festival we will be welcoming a selection of authors to read from and discuss their work at The Library Stage.

We have curated a diverse line up this year that ranges from Brix Smith discussing her turbulent years with The Fall; to Vincent Thurkettle, a woodsman, who will be giving you practical tips on how to light the best log fire. We also have pop-cultural noir novelist Cathi Unsworth reading from her latest acclaimed work Without The Moon; Travis Elborough on the social history of parks; Sally Bayley on the art of diary keeping from Pepys to Tweets; Roddy Woomble on life on Iona and his new almanac of thoughts and ideas; Barney Hoskyns on the bohemian enclave of Woodstock and Hefner’s Darren Hayman on his Thankful Villages.

We are also very excited to share this year’s Comedy Stage line up, boasting one of the strongest and most diverse line-ups of the summer. Joining Stewart Lee on the comedy bill we have a mixture of stand ups, sketch, character, musical comedy and political satire in store for 2016. First up, acclaimed comedian and columnist Bridget Christie. Having won more awards than you can shake a biro at, Christie is a familiar name to many and for good reason. Her breakout show A Bic for Her and follow-up Ungrateful Woman were critically-acclaimed – leading to sold out shows across the country.

Festival favourite Josie Long also makes a long awaited return to the End of The Road, bringing her unique brand of surreal political satire to this year’s comedy line up. As if that wasn’t enough, the inimitable ‘satirist for hire’ Andy Zaltzman will bring his Political Animal show to the festival, including his usual array of guest speakers. Fellow Radio 4 regular and TV writer John Finnemore is best known for airline-based Radio 4 sitcom Cabin Pressure starring Benedict Cumberbatch, radio sketch show John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme, and will make his debut at the festival with a very special Sunday night featuring an equally special guest.

Literature Stage Line Up:

Brix Smith Start
Vincent Thurkettle
Nina Lyon
Travis Elborough
Sally Bayley
Darren Hayman
Roddy Wombe
Cathi Unsworth
Barney Hoskyns

Comedy Line Up Additions to End of The Road Festival 2016:

Bridget Christie
Josie Long
Stewart Lee
Arthur Smith
Bec Hill
Andy Zaltzman
John Finnemore
Hardeep Singh Kohli
Knightmare Live: Festival Expansion Pack
Lolly Adefope
Adam Bloom
Pappy’s
Bucket
Tom Bell
Stephen Carlin
Katie Mulgrew
Garrett Millerick
Joanna Neary
Lazy Susan
Sarah Bennetto
Hell To Play
Paul Flannery’s MMORPG Show
Storytellers’ Club
Political Animal
Tom Parry
Matthew Crosby
Paul Savage
Alexander Bennett
Joe Hart

Tickets are now on sale at £195. There are no booking or transaction fees. A deposit scheme allows people to pay £45 now and the balance by 15 June: http://www.endoftheroadfestival.com/tickets


THE SHINS, CAT’S EYES AND MORE ADDED TO END OF THE ROAD 2016

(4 months ago)

The Shins will play their first UK show in over four years and their only UK festival in 2016 at this year’s End Of The Road. This will also be their first ever appearance at the festival. With a new album potentially in the pipeline, we are delighted to welcome James Mercer and his band of merry melancholy men to Larmer Tree Gardens for the first time. They will open the festival with a special Thursday night Woods Stage headline performance.

Further additions to the line up include Faris Badwan and Rachel Zeffira’s orchestral pop side project Cat’s Eyes, whose anticipated new album is due next month. More new talent has also been added in the shape of Virginia based singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus whose debut album No Burden is already one of the year’s most acclaimed, as well as some-time Angel Olsen backing band members LionLimb with their baroque pop ballads.

We are also delighted to announce the winners of our Play End Of The Road competition. First up,  London based purveyors of drone-pop The Leaf Library, who describe themselves wonderfully as “Yo La Talk Talk”. The second lucky newcomers are the dreamy psych poppers Baywaves, whose forthcoming album was produced by Joe Walker of fellow EOTR 2016 performers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard.

Line Up Additions to End Of The Road Festival 2016:

The Shins
Cat’s Eyes
BC Camplight
The Blind Shake
Lucy Dacus
Futur Primitif
Feels
Julia Jacklin
LionLimb
Pinegrove
FEWS
Baywaves
The Leaf Library

Final tier tickets are now on sale at £195. There are no booking or transaction fees. A deposit scheme allows people to pay £45 now and the balance by 15 June: http://www.endoftheroadfestival.com/tickets

Playing her only UK festival since the release of Divers, one of the albums of 2015, the dazzlingly talented Joanna Newsom will headline End of The Road with her harp-led sonic odyssey. Joining Joanna as headliner and making their first ever appearance at End of The Road will be the Technicolor, genre-hopping, experimental vocal harmonizing one offs Animal Collective. We are also delighted to welcome Bat for Lashes to End of The Road for the first time, who has long been on the festival wish list with her unique brand of otherworldly pop. View the full line up here.

We are also thrilled with this year’s Comedy Stage line up announced last week, where joining Stewart Lee will be Bridget Christie, Josie Long, Knightmare Live and Andy Zaltzman performing his Political Animal show. Other highlights include the legendary comedian and Comedy Club host Arthur Smith, along with comedy writer turned celebrity Masterchef Hardeep Singh Kohli, hugely respected and wildly popular Adam Bloom as well as Benedict Cumberbatch’s pal John Finnemore making his debut at the festival. Check out the full comedy line up HERE


2016 Comedy Line-Up Announced

(4 months ago)

BRIDGET CHRISTIE & JOSIE LONG JOIN STEWART LEE TO HEADLINE THE 2016 COMEDY STAGE

ARTHUR SMITH, JOHN FINNEMORE & ANDY ZALTZMAN’S ‘POLITICAL ANIMAL’ ALSO ADDED

We are thrilled to announce this year’s Comedy Stage. Joining Stewart Lee on the bill we have a mixture of stand ups, sketch, character, musical comedy and political satire in store for 2016.

First up, acclaimed comedian and columnist Bridget Christie. Having won more awards than you can shake a biro at, Christie is a familiar name to many and for good reason. Her breakout show A Bic for Her and follow-up Ungrateful Woman were critically-acclaimed – leading to sold out shows across the country. Her series Bridget Christie Minds the Gap has just completed a successful second run on Radio 4.

Joining Christie is festival favourite Josie Long, who will bring her unique brand of surreal political satire to this year’s comedy line up. Fresh from the launch of her new Radio 4 sitcom Romance And Adventure, about a woman moving to Glasgow and trying to make friends, Long makes a long awaited return.

As if that wasn’t enough, the inimitable ‘satirist for hire’ Andy Zaltzman will bring his Political Animal show to the festival, including his usual array of guest speakers. Fellow Radio 4 regular and TV writer John Finnemore is best known for airline-based Radio 4 sitcom Cabin Pressure starring Benedict Cumberbatch, radio sketch show John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme, and frequent stand out performances on The Now Show. The comedian will make his debut at the festival with a very special Sunday night featuring an equally special guest.

Other highlights include the legendary comedian and Comedy Club host Arthur Smith, along with comedy writer turned celebrity Masterchef Hardeep Singh Kohli who makes his first appearance at the festival. Hugely respected amongst comics, and wildly popular, Adam Bloom brings his super-high energy delivery and frenetic approach to nailing an unfathomably high laugh count provides an exhilarating experience for both Bloom and audiences alike.

We are also delighted to welcome back Knightmare Live: The Festival Expansion Pack, the over-the-top and very funny stage adaption of the cult kids TV series starring Paul Flannery, Tom Bell (who recently  played an alien in the new Star Wars) and James Rowland. Following critically-acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe runs, a national tour, and a recent West End debut, join familiar characters like Treguard and Lord Fear in what will no doubt be an even more imaginative and ramshackle late night show.

Comedy Line Up 2016

Bridget Christie
Josie Long
Stewart Lee
Arthur Smith
Bec Hill
Andy Zaltzman
John Finnemore
Hardeep Singh Kohli
Knightmare Live: Festival Expansion Pack
Lolly Adefope
Adam Bloom
Pappy’s
Bucket
Tom Bell
Stephen Carlin
Katie Mulgrew
Garrett Millerick
Joanna Neary
Lazy Susan
Sarah Bennetto
Hell To Play
Paul Flannery’s MMORPG Show
Storytellers’ Club
Political Animal
Tom Parry
Matthew Crosby
Paul Savage
Alexander Bennett
Joe Hart

Tickets are now on sale at £195. There are no booking or transaction fees. A deposit scheme allows people to pay £45 now and the balance by 15 June: http://www.endoftheroadfestival.com/tickets


Teenage Fanclub, Savages, Broken Social Scene, Stewart Lee and more added to 2016 Line Up

(6 months ago)

Following this year’s headline announcement, we are delighted to add Scottish genre-defining alternative legends Teenage Fanclub to the 2016 line up. This will be their only UK festival appearance this year. Along with SavagesBroken Social Scene and Thurston Moore, we are also thrilled to welcome the inimitable Stewart Lee to the festival for the first time, who will headline the comedy stage.

Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake said of the news; ”We’re very excited to be playing at End Of The Road Festival this year. We’ve been busy in the studio and End of The Road presents us with a fantastic opportunity to share some of the songs from our next album. The festival has been consistently great from the beginning and this year looks like it will be no exception. The line up is phenomenal.”

We’re also very pleased to welcome back rising star and ex-Woods man Kevin Morby, one of last year’s highlights and sure to release one of the albums of 2016 with Singing Saw. Chicagoans and the band on everyone’s lips Whitney will also be joining this year’s line up with their hazy country folk melodies, along with a very special performance from Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop’s collaboration Love Letter For Fire

Other additions include sonic adventurer Anna Meredith whose excellent debut album Varmints is fast becoming one of the critics’ favourites and Jenny Hval who will bring her captivating brand of experimental performance art pop from one of last year’s most acclaimed albums Apocalypse, Girl.

More news to come soon!


Line Up Additions to End Of The Road Festival 2016:

Teenage Fanclub
Local Natives
Savages
Broken Social Scene
Thurston Moore
Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop
Scritti Politti
JD McPherson
Omar Souleyman
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Kelley Stoltz
Kevin Morby
Anna Meredith
Jenny Hval
Imarhan
Frankie Cosmos
Whitney
Anderson East
Karl Blau
Margo Price
Seratones
Marc Riley DJ
Pacosan
Arrows of Love
Jonathan Toubin DJ
Laura Gibson
Methyl Ethel
Slow Down, Molasses
Younghusband
Oscar
The Garden
Flamingods
RHAIN
Throws
Tigercats
Chris Cohen
BE
Blue House

PLUS COMEDIAN STEWART LEE

Tickets are here: http://endoftheroadfestival.com/tickets/