More acts have been revealed 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.
The festival welcomes back Josh T Pearson after he mesmerised the crowd in 2011 following the release of his debut solo album. He has his new solo album due later this year. Wild Billy Childish will make his first ever appearance with his latest project Wild Billy Childish & CTMF, who last year released their fifth album in five years, and Stealing Sheep will be bringing a new performance celebrating the centenary of surffrage, "Stealing Sheep's Suffragette Tribute".
Also announced today are:- Titus Andronicus, Jonathan Wilson, Lucy Dacus, Shannon and the Clams, The Liminanas, Warmduscher, Soccer Mommy, Cut Worms, Haley Heynderickx, Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, The Orielles, Warhaus, Saba Lou, Honey Harper, Plastic Mermaids, and Boy Azooga.
They join a line-up headlined by Vampire Weekend, St Vincent, Feist, and Yo La Tengo, which also features Ezra Furman, John Cale, Gruff Rhys, Fat White Family, Julia Holter, Ariel Pink, Destroyer, Omar Souleyman, Aldous harding, This is the Kit, Hookworms, IDLES, Shame, The Low Anthem, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Flat Worms, Lost Horizons, Nilufer Yanya, and more.
To see the full line-up, please view the line-up page.
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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