End of the Road 2014 Adds Steve Malkmus & the Jicks, St. Vincent and More
St. Vincent at SXSW 2014 by Adam Kissick for NPR
Larmer Tree Gardens, United Kingdom -- About a month ago, we shared the initial lineup release for the 2014 edition of End of the Road Festival. Today, the promoters have announced the second round of artists to perform featuring Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, St. Vincent, tUnE-yArDs, Jenny Lewis, Felice Brothers, and Black Lips among others.
Another notable addition is The Gene Clark No Other Band, which is made up of Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold, Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen, Beach House's Victoria Lagrand and Alex Scally, and former Fairport Convention member Iain Matthews along with members of Wye Oak. They'll be performing the 1974 cult album No Other by the Byrds' Gene Clark.
These headliners will be joined by the previously announced acts The Flaming Lips, Wild Beasts, and Yo La Tengo, as well as The Horrors, John Grant, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, White Denim, and Deer Tick. You can see the full lineup below.
The all ages festival will take place August 29-31 in Larmer Tree Gardens, United Kingdom. Tickets are on-sale now with adult passes starting at £170. Check out our 36 Hours in Salisbury, England feature before you head to the area for some awesome restaurants and cultural spots close to the festival grounds.
Full Lineup: The Flaming Lips, Wild Beasts, The Horrors, The Gene Clark No Other Band, John Grant, St. Vincent, Yo La Tengo, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Richard Thompson, Gruff Rhys, Tinariwen, British Sea Power, White Denim, tUnE-yArDs, Jenny Lewis, Black Lips, Connan Mockasin, John Cooper Clarke, Temples, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Johnny Flynn, Radiophonic Workshop, Mark Kozelek, Perfume Genius, Deer Tick, Juana Molina, Chad Vangaalen, Kiran Leonard, Alice Boman, Archie Bronson Outfit, Lucius, Celebration, Phox, Benjamin Booker, LauPink Mountaintops, Cate Le Bon, Woods, Drenge, Adult Jazz, Alexis Taylor, All We Are, Andrew Combs, The Barr Brothers, Benjamin Clementine, Bird Courage, Cold Specks, Nick Waterhouse, Sweet Baboo, Peggy Sue, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Stealing Sheep, David Thomas Broughton, Laish, Traams, Mazes, The Districts, Tides of Man, Lapland, Lonnie Holley, Arc Iris, Wye Oak, Rosie Lowe, Eagulls, Ezra Furman, Hookworms, Horse Thief, Houndstooth, John Smith, Marissa Nadler, The Melodic, Oliver Wilde, Three Trapped Tigers, Tiny Ruins, Wave Pictures, 9 Bach, Wytches, Lyla Foy, The Rails, Robert Ellis, Samantha Crain, Theo Verney, Zachary Cale, Arrows of Love, Otti Albietz & the Voices and more to be announced
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