End Of The Road have revealed the third headliner for this year will be The Gene Clark No Other Band featuring Beach House's Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold, Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen and ex-Fairport Convention member Iain Matthews together with members of Wye Oak and Celebration.
The collaboration sees them join forces to reconstruct the Byrds’ Gene Clark’s 1974 album 'No Other'. Beach House said of the show, which toured in the US earlier this year - “No Other it feels like a special moment in Gene Clark's songwriting. Throughout the years, many have dug up the record and fallen in love with it.
"We, Beach House, are certainly two of those people and we hope that playing the record live will spread the album even more. We feel incredibly excited and lucky that we will be working with such a stellar group of singers, friends, and musicians without whose help this complicated and unconventional tour would never be possible.”
Also confirmed are Black Lips, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, The Felice Brothers, tUne-yArDs, Jenny Lewis, Alice Boman, Archie Bronson Outfit, Arc Iris, Arrows Of Love, Benjamin Booker, Celebration, Chad Vangaalen, David Thomas Broughton, Kiran Leonard, Laish, Lapland, Lau, Lonnie Holley , Lucius, Lyla Foy, Mazes, Otti Albietz & The Voices, Phox, The Rails, Robert Ellis, Samantha Crain, St Vincent, The Districts, Theo Verney, Tides of Man, Traams, Wye Oak, and Zachary Cale.
The dates for End of the Road 2014 which happens at Larmer Tree Gardens,Tollard Royal, Salisbury, in Wiltshire are confirmed as Friday 29th to Sunday 31st August 2014.
Headliners The Flaming Lips, and Wild Beasts led the first acts confirmed who were 9 Bach, Adult Jazz, Alexis Taylor, All We Are, Andrew Combs, The Barr Brothers, Benjamin Clementine, Bird Courage, British Sea Power, Cate Le Bon, Cold Specks, Connan Mockasin, Deer Tick, Drenge, Eagulls, Ezra Furman, Gruff Rhys, Hookworms, Horse Thief, Houndstooth, John Cooper Clarke, John Grant, John Smith, Johnny Flynn, Juana Molina, Mark Kozelek, Marissa Nadler, The Melodic, Nick Waterhouse, Oliver Wilde, Perfume Genius, Peggy Sue, Pink Mountaintops, The Radiophonic Workshop, Richard Thompson, Rosie Lowe, St Paul and The Broken Bones, Stealing Sheep, Sweet Baboo, Temples, The Horrors, Three Trapped Tigers, Tinariwen, Tiny Ruins, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Wave Pictures, White Denim, Woods, The Wytches, and Yo La Tengo.
There are four main stages, as well as a 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. Festival goers at both events can expect ales, Somerset Cider Bus, food, cutting edge film, comedy, children's entertainments, a chance to make, do and discover.
Tier 3 tickets are priced at £160 including camping. Youth (ages 13-17 years who must be accompanied by an adult) tickets are priced at £120, tickets for children aged 6-12 years (must be accompanied by an adult) are priced at £65, and a ticket for chilfren aged 3-15 years in priced at £30, 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 £50, and car parking is priced at £5.
End Of The Road will be allowing early entry to the festival on Thursday 28th August 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.
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