End of The Road Festival 2020 on Thursday 3rd September 2020
For the most up-to-date information about this event, please go here: End Of The Road Festival Guide
End of the Road remains true to its initial dream: to book the bands that we love and present them in a way that respects the music and the audience. End of the Road is not about any particular style of music. Rather it evolves depending on what excites us each year, but great songwriting has always been valued.
End of the Road has a unique atmosphere, relaxed and friendly but serious about music. The site is designed in a way that we, as festival lovers, enjoy. The beautiful pleasure gardens at Larmer Tree form an ideal place to create a woodland wonderland, strewn with art installations and decorated spaces. From the start Jason Lehner has been in charge of site decoration, so much of the End of the Road aesthetic is his.
We try to make sure that everything on site is the way that we like it: good but not crazily expensive food (organic and local where possible), a wide range of local ales and other drinks at the bars, and caring and well-mannered staff. There is a musical edge to almost everything on site with the literary and film programmes being rich in musically-related material.
There are no VIP areas, and you’ll often find musicians wandering about the site and watching other bands’ shows. Sometimes spontaneous performances result.
Enough words: if you have been you know what we are talking about. If not come along and find out!
Thursday 3pm to 11pm
Friday 8am to 11pm
Saturday 8am to 11pm
Sunday 8am to 6pm
The Box Office will remain open until 10pm.
Music Genres: Blues, Country/Americana, Electro, Indie, Rock
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