End Of The Road 2013 headliners announced

The headliners for next year's End Of The Road festival have been announced. The festival, which takes place between August 30 and September 1, 2013 at Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset, have confirmed Sigur Rós and Belle And Sebastian as headliners. Other acts confirmed are: Angel Olsen The Barr Brothers Damien Jurado Daughter Horse Thief John Murry King Kahn & The Shrines Palma Violets Pokey Lafarge Serafina Steer Strand of Oaks Woodpecker Wooliams

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The headliners for next year’s End Of The Road festival have been announced.

The festival, which takes place between August 30 and September 1, 2013 at Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset, have confirmed Sigur Rós and Belle And Sebastian as headliners.

Other acts confirmed are:

Angel Olsen
The Barr Brothers
Damien Jurado
Daughter
Horse Thief
John Murry
King Kahn & The Shrines
Palma Violets
Pokey Lafarge
Serafina Steer
Strand of Oaks
Woodpecker Wooliams


The festival have also released ticket prices for the 2013 event:

Adult weekend (incl. camping): £150
Youth 13-17 years (must be accompanied by an adult): £120
Child 6-12 years (must be accompanied by an adult): £50
Child 0 – 5 years (must be purchased in advance & accompanied by an adult): Free
Campervan / Caravan pass £50

See www.endoftheroadfestival.com for more info.

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