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Grandaddy reform to headline End Of The Road festival

Grandaddy reform to headline End Of The Road festival

Grandaddy have announced that they have reformed and will be headlining this summer's End Of The Road festival.

The California indie band split up in 2006 after 14 years together, but have now reformed to headline the Dorset event and have also promised they will play a number of other shows.

Also joining the folk bash, which will take place in Larmer Tree Gardens in Wiltshire on August 31 – September 2, are Willis Earl Beal, Alabama Shakes, The Deep Dark Woods, Dirty Beaches, Eagle And Worm and Porcelain Raft.

One evening of the festival will be co-headlined by Grizzly Bear and Tindersticks, with one headliner still to be confirmed. Midlake, The Antlers, The Low Anthem, First Aid Kit and over 30 others acts are also confirmed for the event.

For more information, visit Endoftheroadfestival.com.

The line-up for End Of The Road so far is as follows:

Grandaddy
Tindersticks
Grizzly Bear
The Antlers
Delicate Steve
Doug Paisley
Driver Drive Faster
First Aid Kit
Frank Fairfield
I Break Horses
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard
Justin Townes Earle
Moulettes
Mountain Man
Midlake
The Low Anthem
Alessi's Ark
Cashier no 9
Dirty Three
John Grant
Jonathan Wilson
Lanterns On The Lake
Roy Harper
Veronica Falls
Beach House
The Antlers
I Break Horses
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard
Justin Townes Earle
Moulettes
Robyn Hitchcock
Anna Calvi
Villagers
Abigail Washburn with Kai Welch
Cold Specks
Dark Dark Dark
Francois & The Atlas Mountains
Islet
Toy
Outfit


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