Dorset's The End Of The Road Festival confirms fifteen more acts for the line-up on 31st August to 2nd September 2012 including Graham Coxon, Patrick Watson and WOODS.
Blur's lead guitarist Graham Coxon will make his debut appearance at the festival as will unique cabaret pop artist Patrick Watson and folk rockers Woods. Leading the line-up are indie New Yorkers Grizzly Bear, the return of Grandaddy in one of their few comeback gigs, Nottingham's Tindersticks and instrumental trio Dirty Three.
As usual, hundreds of new or unsigned musicians applied to make an appearance at the Best Small Festival of 2011 award winning festival (around 1,100) but only three won a slot: cello toting singer Abi Wade, Big Wave and the Norwich born Olympians.
Also available to experience at the EOTR Festival are a variety of comedy acts including Joe Lycett, Doc Brown, Liam Mullone and Robin & Partridge as well as some workshops for families (both children and adults) to get involved with, for example: The Wonder Lands adventure workshop.
Tickets are £150 for adults (18+), £120 for teenagers (13-17), £50 for children (6-12) and tickets are free for infants aged 5 and under but they must be purchased in advance. Caravan passes are £50.
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