With less than a month to go until EOTR 2021, we have made some late additions to our lineup to ensure this year goes down as our best ever. Leading this news announcement as Special Guest is Damon Albarn who, with a new solo album on the horizon, will be accompanied by his band with a string quartet and you can expect a mix of new material and songs from across his songbook. Also joining us will be Canadian post-punk provocateurs Crack Cloud, Birmingham based R&B star Sipho, sixteen-piece West-African outfit Balimaya Project, boundary pushing electronic musician Loraine James, confessional singer songwriter Anna B Savage and plenty more.
Please note that unfortunately the following artists will no longer be able to join us: Whitney, Tune-Yards, Tinariwen, Songhoy Blues, Les Amazones d’Afrique, Blanck Mass, Les Filles de Illighadad, Current Joys, Marie Davidson &L’œil Nu, Shygirl, The Anchoress, Mike Polizze, Margaret Glaspy, Itasca, Skullcrusher, Jeffrey Martin, Jake Xerxes Fussell, Disq, Sofia Wolfson, David Thomas Broughton and Marlaena Moore.
We’re also pleased to announce that our Twickets page will open at 9:30am tomorrow morning. This is the only official ticket resale outlet so, if you’re still looking for a ticket to EOTR 2021, keep an eye on endoftheroad.twickets.co.uk. Do not buy directly from anyone selling via social media or any other ticket outlet as your ticket will not be valid.
END OF THE ROAD 2021 LINE UP: Hot Chip / King Krule / Sleaford Mods / Damon Albarn / Stereolab / Jonny Greenwood / Little Simz / John Grant / The Comet Is Coming / Arab Strap / Arlo Parks / Girl Band / Shirley Collins & The Lodestar Band / Field Music / Squid / Black Country, New Road / Romare / Richard Dawson / Warmduscher / Anna Meredith / Dry Cleaning / Jane Weaver / Kikagaku Moyo / Altin Gun / Crack Cloud / Hen Ogledd / Girl Ray / Alice Boman / Sorry / Scalping / Vanishing Twin / Big Joanie / The Goon Sax / Jim Ghedi / SIPHO / Lonelady / Jerkcurb / Darren Hayman / Ahmed Fakroun / Modern Nature / Billy Nomates / Penelope Isles / Katy J Pearson / Just Mustard / Gwenno & Angharad Davies perform live score to “Bait” / Anteloper (Jaimie Branch & Jason Nazary) / Fenne Lily / W. H. Lung / bdrmm / Keeley Forsyth / William Doyle / Dana Gavanski / Auntie Flo (DJ) / All We Are / Studio Electrophonique / Tenesha The Wordsmith / Trash Kit / Sarathy Korwar / Aoife Nessa Frances / PVA / Baliyama Project / John / The Goa Express / Pan Amsterdam / Junior Brother / Elijah Wolf / caroline / Loraine James / Yard Act / Red River Dialect / Lazarus Kane / Drug Store Romeos / Zulu Zulu / The Golden Dregs / Anna B Savage / Kiran Leonard / Chubby & The Gang / Modern Woman / Wu-Lu / Wesley Gonzalez / BABii / ME REX / Bingo Fury / CMAT / Regressive Left / Gwenifer Raymond / Eve Owen / Jonny Dillon / Broadside Hacks / The Umlauts / Lee Patterson / Sleep Eaters / Sam Akpro / Tiberius b / Martha Rose / Pat T Smith / Mermaid Chunky / oldboy / Willy Tea Taylor / John Francis Flynn / Michael Clark / Fortitude Valley / Melin Melyn / James Leonard Hewitson / Joe Goddard (DJ) / Tom Ravenscroft (DJ)
Green Yurts are back to End of the Road, with luxury yurts ranging from 10ft – 16ft with all the trimmings you need including a lockable door, groundsheet, carpeted floor, rugs, bedding, cushions, tables, throws, a mirror, shelving, lighting… and the kitchen sink.
Tangerine Fields return to End of The Road once again, offering pre-pitched 2, 4, 6 and 8 man tents as well as unique boutique accommodations Geo Domes, Bedouin Tents, Bell Tents and Chill Out Hammock Tents. You can even choose a tent with blackout bedroom technology that allows for a longer more restful sleep.
“* * * * *” The Guardian “* * * * *” The Independent “* * * * *” NME “A winning mix of bacchanalia and earthy mysticism” The Guardian “A hotbed of the experimental… If you ever needed proof that music in 2019 is as challenging, diverse and interesting as ever, this festival was it” The Times “The future looks swell for what’s inarguably the best-curated festival of the summer” ‘Best Small Festival’ NME Awards 2015, 2016 & 2019 “A weekend of unexpected thrills” The Independent “Combines a comforting sense of familiarity with a spirit of adventure, as each year’s line-up offers new discoveries” The Financial Times “The most charming, weird, fun and magical festival in the UK” The Line Of Best Fit “The sheer depth of this year’s line-up that felt greater than ever before. Unlike other festivals it was packed with intriguing, vibrant, essential new stuff from the moment the stages flicked the power on” Loud And Quiet “End of the Road is the best festival in the UK and attendance is mandatory for all who like their music eclectic and their countryside beautiful” Clash