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April 2020
Festivals

End of the Road has booked Bright Eyes, King Krule, Angel Olsen and more for 2020

Loads of buzzy names are going to be taking to Larmer Tree Gardens this September.
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Published: 12:00 pm, January 21, 2020 Photos: Shawn Brackbill.
End of the Road has booked Bright Eyes, King Krule, Angel Olsen and more for 2020

End of the Road has announced the first load of acts for 2020's festival.

Leading the names are Pixies, King Krule, Angel Olsen, Big Thief and Bright Eyes (pictured), along with Little Simz, Richard Hawley, Squid, Whitney, Aldous Harding, Field Music, Girl Band, and Girl Ray.

End of the Road will take place at Larmer Tree Gardens from 3rd-6th September. The full line-up, so far, reads:

Pixies
King Krule
Angel Olsen
Big Thief
Bright Eyes
Richard Hawley
Little Simz
Aldous Harding
Whitney
The Comet is Coming
Field Music
Girl Band
Pinegrove
Romare
Richard Dawson
Warmduscher
Andy Shauf
Squid
Creep Show
Girl Ray
Black Country, New Road
Nadia Reid
Vanishing Twin
Arlo Parks
Dry Cleaning
Big Joanie
Jerkcurb
Darren Hayman
Shygirl
Penelope Isles
Buck Meek
Just Mustard
Fenne Lily
W. H. Lung
75 Dollar Bill
Monophonics
Itasca
Dana Gavanski
All We Are
Studio Electrophonique
Tenesha The Wordsmith
Trash Kit
Sarathy Korwar
Aoife Nessa Frances
Katy J Pearson
Jake Xerxes Fussell
Sleep Eaters
The Claque
The Goa Express
Junior Brother
Elijah Wolf
Lazarus Kane
The Golden Dregs
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