This year's festival runs from August 31 - September 3

Father John Misty and Mac DeMarco have been confirmed as headliners for this year’s End Of The Road festival.

Also on the bill are The Jesus And Mary Chain, Lucinda Williams, Band Of Horses, Amadou & Mariam, Ty Segall, Real Estate and Parquet Courts.

This year’s festival runs from August 31 – September 3 at its usual home, Larmer Tree Gardens in south Wiltshire, England.

You can read the line-up below – with acts to be announced.

Mac DeMarco
Father John Misty
Lucinda Williams
Band Of Horses
The Jesus and Mary Chain
Amadou & Mariam
Ty Segall
Real Estate
Parquet Courts
Perfume Genius
Alvvays
Foxygen
Car Seat Headrest
Jens Lekman
The Lemon Twigs
Deerhoof
Gold Panda
Nadine Shah
Bill Ryder-Jones
Ryley Walker
Girl Band
Marika Hackman
Courtney Marie Andrews
All We Are
Julia Jacklin
Sinkane
Romare
Vaudou Game
Let’s Eat Grandma
Margaret Glaspy
Kelly Lee Owens
Michael Chapman
Brix & The Extricated
John Smith
Japanese Breakfast
Julie Byrne
OMNI
IDER
Nap Eyes
Aaron Lee Tasjan
Amanda Bergman
Nadia Reid
Tasseomancy
Pixx
Girl Ray
Ultimate Painting
Shovels & Rope
John Moreland
Gabriella Cohen
HMLTD
Gulp
Shame
Lisa O’Neill
Xylouris White
Goat Girl
Lankum
Scott Hirsch
W. H. Lung
The Honey Hahs
DUDS
J. Bernardt
Legends Of Country
Mega Bog
The Spook School
Creatures

Tier 3 tickets are now on sale at £179. There are no boking or transaction fees. A deposit scheme allows people to pay £45 now and the balance by 15 June. You can find more information by clicking here.

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