Midlake exclusive for End Of The Road 2011

plus The Fall, Wild Beasts, Willy Mason, The Walkmen, and more

By Scott Williams | Published: Thu 9th Dec 2010


Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September 2011
Larmer Tree Gardens,Tollard Royal, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 5PT, England MAP
adults £145, youth (13-17) £120, child (6-12) £55 - all SOLD OUT
Daily capacity: 12,000
Last updated: Mon 11th Jul 2011

Midlake, The Fall, Wild Beasts, Willy Mason, and The Walkmen lead the first acts announced for next year's End Of The Road which has moved to the first weekend in September. The dates are confirmed as Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September 2011 at The Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset.

Midlake will make their only UK festival exclusive appearance at next year's End Of The Road. Joining them at the Dorset bash will be The Fall, Wild Beasts, Willy Mason, The Walkmen, Micah P. Hinson, Bo Ningen, Bob Log III, Doug Paisley, Dry The River, Gordon Gano and The Ryan Brothers, John Grant, Jolie Holland, and The Deadly Syndrome.

Also confirmed today are Twin Shadow, Woods, Young Man, Mountain Man, Treefight for Sunlight, Lightning Dust, Josh T Pearson, La Sera, and Lanterns on the Lake. With more acts expected to be announced in January next year.

Early bird tickets for 2011 sold out in a record 9 hours. Adult weekend (inc camping) tickets are on sale priced at £140 (increasing to £145 on January 1st 2011 when VAT increases) for adults. A youth (ages 13-17 years who must be accompanied by an adult) ticket is priced at £120, a ticket for children aged 6-12 years (must be accompanied by an adult) is priced at £55, with free entry for a child aged 0 - 5 years, they still need tickets can be purchased in advance. Tickets for a campervan/caravan pass are priced at £50, and a car parking is priced at £5 (payable in cash on arrival).

To buy tickets, click here.

The End of the Road festival caters for about 5,000 people. There are four music stages, hidden stages, and music on until the early hours. Whilst the festival is suitable for families it is not specifically geared at families. There's also comedy and a cinema tent. This is a festival for music lovers, well technically a particular brand of music lover, those flavoured with indie, Americana, and folk. The audience are genuinely interested in listening to the acts, it's an old school festival with no gimmicks, no commercialism (properly none), and very few fancy dress costumes.

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