About End Of The Road
The End of the Road festival is held in early September in Larmer Tree Gardens, on the border of Dorset and Wiltshire. This independently run event first saw light of day back in 2006 when it was started off by two friends who share a love for folk music. A large part of its success, which was rewarded in 2012 with a Best Small Festival Award, is the fact that it has managed to remain true to its roots over the years.
For three days attendees are entertained with some of the best Alternative Music and Folk at the End of the Road festival. There are four main stages and a more secluded garden stage where you can chill out to some impromptu performances. However, the End of the Road is not an event where you’re going to hear big names from the mainstream, this is definitely one for those who know and love their Folk sound.
In addition to the chilled out and very friendly vibe there’s everything you at the End of the Road festival to create a day-time contrast to the whirling excitement of the evenings, including a healing field and a comedy tent. Bookish types who want to withdraw for a few hours can find the words to describe at a library in the forest and there are even games like ping pong for those with a little too much energy.
End Of The Road Festival 2018 tickets
Thursday 30th August to Sunday 2nd September 2018
Venue/location: Larmer Tree Gardens, Salisbury
No acts confirmed yet.
Larmer Tree Gardens, Tollard Royal, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 5PT
Nearest train station: Salisbury
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