End of the Road Festival is an annual music festival, based in Larmer Tree Gardens, Salisbury, in early September. It is alternative, folk, alt.country and Americana leaning.
Formed in 2006, the first festival saw performances from the likes of Josh Ritter, Badly Drawn Boy, Ryan Adams, The Boy Least Likely To, Emmy the Great, Fanfarlo, Frightened Rabbit, Guillemots, Metronomy, and Tilly and the Wall. In 2011, the festival won an award for Best Small Festival at the 2011 UK Festival Awards.
The festival in 2005, was headlined by Tame Impala, Sufjan Stevens, and The War on Drugs, as well as seeing performances from the likes of Mac Demarco, Future Islands, My Morning Jacket, Laura Marling, Django Django, Alvvays, Fat White Family, and Slow Club.
End of the Road Festival returns for another year in 2018, when Vampire Weekend, St. Vincent, Feist and Yo La Tengo will headline. Catch them live by checking out the dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.