Vampire Weekend, Feist, St Vincent, and Yo La Tengo have been announced as headliners for End of the Road 2018, which will take place at Larmer Tree Gardens, in Tollard Royal, nr Salisbury, this year from Thursday 30th August to Sunday 2nd September.
Vampire Weekend and Feist will both be UK festival exclusives. St Vincent returns with her own set after headlining in collaboration with David Byrne in 2013. Yo La Tengo step up to headline the Thursday after three previous appearances at the festival.
Also playing across the weekend will be:- Ezra Furman, Jeff Tweedy, John Cale, Fat White Family, Oh Sees, Gruff Rhys, Julia Holter, Mulatu Astatke, Ariel Pink, Destroyer, Omar Souleyman, Aldous Harding, Big Thief, (Sandy) Alex G, James Holden & The Animal Spirits, This Is The Kit, Hookworms, IDLES, Shame, The Low Anthem, Protomartyr, Hiss Golden Messenger, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Damien Jurado, Amen Dunes, Imarhan, Japanese Breakfast, Richard Dawson, Du Blonde, Julien Baker, Jim White, Flat Worms, Mdou Moctar, Childhood, Lost Horizons, Colter Wall, The Weather Station, Adrian Crowley, Nilufer Yanya, Sweet Baboo, Darren Hayman, Gwenno, Insecure Men, David Thomas Broughton, DUDS, Snail Mail, Erin Rae, Caroline Spence, Samuel R Saffery, Snapped Ankles, Anna Burch, AK/DK, Penelope Isles, Creatures, Red River Dialect, Tiny Ruins, Stella Donnelly, and Lail Arad & JF Robitaille.
The festival will also have an extensive programme of workshops for adults and children, with nearly 100 activities available over the weekend.
Tier 4 tickets are currently on sale, priced as follows:
Adult weekend: £195
Youth (aged 13-17) weekend: £150
Child (aged 6-12) weekend: £75
Child (aged 3-5) weekend: £45
Infant (aged 0-2) weekend: free (but needs ticket)
Campervan/caravan: £85 - £110
Car Parking (pay on arrival): £10
An installment plan is also available which allows you to reserve a ticket for £45.
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