So much has changed since the last time we sang, danced and frolicked amongst the trees, the peacocks and our favourite bands, but one thing that hasn’t is our determination to throw the party of the year.
We worked really hard to bring you our 2020 line-up in 2021, but the world had other ideas and some of our pals from across the pond are no longer able to make it.
Determined to bring you the best party this summer, we rolled up our sleeves and got to work curating an exciting new line-up. Feast your eyes on our new additions for 2021 and already familiar names.
First up, joining musical polymath King Krule as headliners are electro-pop heavyweights Hot Chip, anarchic punks Sleaford Mods and sonic explorers Stereolab. Plus, Radiohead guitarist and Oscar-nominated composer Jonny Greenwood, confessional synth-pop star John Grant, and Malian musical nomads Tinariwen join the previously announced UK rap pioneer Little Simz, endlessly inventive tUnE-yArDs and the band at the forefront of the UK Jazz explosion, The Comet Is Coming.
Elsewhere, there’s an incredible array of newly announced artists to enjoy, such as Scottish indie kings Arab Strap, legendary folk singer Shirley Collins & The Lodestar Band, synth-pop siren Jane Weaver, psychedelic rock group Kikagaku Moyo, thrilling techno-punks Scalping and many more. Keep scrolling for the full line up.
For those of you who were caught unaware by the early March sell out, some more exciting news comes in the form of a Limited Late Release of Tickets. You will have your chance to grab a ticket for this year’s End Of The Road on May 20th from 10am. Tickets have been in high demand, so set aside whatever else you were planning to do that day and head over to our website to make sure you’re one of the lucky few.
We know this is a big change from our original line-up but we’re sure you’ll be ready to party with us in September anyway. In case you’re not, we’ve decided to open up refunds for a strictly limited 10-day window. We will send a dedicated email to all ticket holders with more details on how to request a refund.
Rest assured, we are making plans with all the guidance currently available to us and keeping up to date with all relevant authorities whilst waiting for further advice from the Government come June 21st.
We missed you all terribly last year, but we are coming back bigger and stronger in 2021 with more music, twists, turns and surprises than ever before.
See you down the front!
END OF THE ROAD 2021 LINE UP:
Hot Chip / King Krule / Sleaford Mods / Stereolab / Jonny Greenwood / Little Simz / John Grant / Whitney / Tune-yards / The Comet Is Coming / Tinariwen / Arab Strap / Songhoy Blues / 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 / Les Amazones D’Afrique / Blanck Mass / Hen Ogledd / Les Filles De Illighadad / Girl Ray / Alice Boman / Sorry / Scalping / Vanishing Twin / Big Joanie / The Goon Sax / Jim Ghedi / Current Joys / Marie Davidson & L’œil Nu / Lonelady / Jerkcurb / Darren Hayman / Shygirl / The Anchoress / Mike Polizze / Ahmed Fakroun / Modern Nature / Billy Nomates / Penelope Isles / Katy J Pearson / Margaret Glaspy / Just Mustard / Gwenno & Georgia Ellery perform live score to “Bait” / Anteloper (Jaimie Branch & Jason Nazary) / Fenne Lily / W. H. Lung / bdrmm / Keeley Forsyth / Itasca / William Doyle / Dana Gavanski / Auntie Flo (DJ) / All We Are / Studio Electrophonique / Tenesha The Wordsmith / Trash Kit / Sarathy Korwar / Aoife Nessa Frances / Skullcrusher / Jeffrey Martin / PVA / Jake Xerxes Fussell / John / The Goa Express / Pan Amsterdam / Junior Brother / Elijah Wolf / caroline / Yard Act / Disq / Red River Dialect / Lazarus Kane / Drug Store Romeos / Zulu Zulu / Sofia Wolfson / The Golden Dregs / Chubby & The Gang / Modern Woman / Wu-Lu / ME REX / Bingo Fury / CMAT / Regressive Left / Eve Owen / David Thomas Broughton / Jonny Dillon / Lee Patterson / Sleep Eaters / Martha Rose / Pat T Smith / Mermaid Chunky / oldboy / Willy Tea Taylor / Fortitude Valley / Melin Melyn / Marlaena Moore / James Leonard Hewitson / Tom Ravenscroft (DJ) /
We’re working exclusively with National Express in 2021 to provide both National Coaches and Shuttle Bus services from Salisbury Station. Tickets and route details will be released later in the year.
Ahead of the release of route details, National Express’ Neon service is open for registration – enter your postcode and request a journey to the festival tailored directly to your needs. Find out more here.
Our boutique camping is very popular, book now to avoid disappointment!
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.
Honeybells offer Luxury Bell tents for 2, 4 or 6 people, Emperor Tents for 6 or 8 people and the brand new Safari Lodge for up to 4 people that can be kitted out with a range of furnishing options. Choose the ‘Super Lux’ upgraded version for the ultimate glamping experience! In addition to this, campers staying in the boutique camping area will also have access to the Honeybells pamper tents, which include a chill-out area, phone charging facilities, mirrors, hairdryers and lamps.
“* * * * *” 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