Started in 2006, the organisers' aim is to "organise an intimate festival with our favourite artists, and with a friendly and relaxed feel", and they only book artists that they personally like, which makes the line-up on offer far more interesting than many other festivals. The festival often has quiet/atmospheric acts and the audience respectfully listen in silence.
The End of the Road Festival has 4 music stages, a cinema tent, comedy, workshops (for both adults & children), a healing field, art installations, literature talks, a hidden library and piano in the woods, a games area with table tennis, skittles, table football and more.
They also pride themselves with providing quality food and drinks, including a good selection of local ales. The dates for 2015 are confirmed as Friday 4th to Sunday 6th September.
Saturday night will be Stevens' only festival show of 2015 - it'll also be his first time performing at any UK festival (and only his second anywhere). Tame Impala headline Friday, and Sunday The War On Drugs make their only summer UK festival appearance of 2015.
Also confirmed Laura Marling, Mac DeMarco, Low, Slow Club, Metz, Nadine Shah, The Delines, Ryley Walker, Euros Childs, Gulp, Kiran Leonard, Julie Bryne, This Is The Kit, Dolores Haze, Oscar, Human Pyramids, Crushed Beaks, Meilyr Jones, The Vryll Society, Love L.U.V., Miracle Strip, Holy Crutches, Future Islands, My Morning Jacket, Mark Lanegan Band, St Etienne, Giant Sand, Ex Hex, Frazey Ford, Marika Hackman, Curtis Harding, Kevin Morby, The Duke Spirit, Du Blonde, Houndstooth, Wand, Girlpool, Diagrams, Jacco Gardner, Andy Shauf, Andrew Combs, Flo Morrissey, R Seiliog, Mark Wynn, Stealing Sheep, H.Hawkline, Eaves, Django Django, Pond, Alvvays, Fuzz, The Unthanks, Fat White Family, Sleaford Mods, Ought, King Khan & The BBQ Show, Jessica Pratt, Natalie Prass, Torres, Fumaca Preta, Sam Amidon, Happyness, Hinds, Jane Weaver, Juan Wauters, Lisa O'Neill, Ultimate Painting, The Drink, The Black Tambourines, and Charlie Cunningham, with many more to be announced.
You can see the day and stage splits on the End of the Road Festival line-up page.
Tier 4 tickets are priced at £195 including camping. Youth (ages 13-17 years who must be accompanied by an adult) tickets are priced at £150, tickets for children aged 6-12 years (must be accompanied by an adult) are priced at £75, and a ticket for children aged 3-5 years in priced at £45, with free entry for a child aged 2 years, and under, they still need tickets can be purchased in advance. Tickets for a campervan/caravan pass are priced at £70, and car parking is priced at £6.
Early entry Thursday
End Of The Road will be allowing early entry to the festival on Thursday 3rd September when camping and some parts of the festival site will be on Thursday afternoon. Festival goers can arrive, set up camp, spend the evening finding their way around and be ready to hit the festival when the entertainment starts on Friday.
The festival is family friendly and will also have a programme of workshops for both children and adults, with sessions that carry on longer into the evening. The Workshops area expands to 6 venues with nearly 100 activities to choose from for both adults and children.
More information will be here when available.
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