January 20, 2009 14:18

First End Of The Road festival 2009 acts announced

Find out who will be performing at the Dorset bash

First End Of The Road festival 2009 acts announced
Archie Bronson Outfit, Howlin' Rain, Steve Earle and Motel Motel are among the first acts to be announced to play this year's End Of The Road festival.

The bash is set to take place in Dorset on September 11-13 later this year. Acts who played at last year's event include Laura Marling, Mercury Rev, Noah And The Whale and Richard Hawley.

More acts for the 2009 bash are set to be announced soon.

The confirmed acts for the End Of The Road festival so far are:

Alela Diane
Archie Bronson Outfit
Bob Log III
Charlie Parr
Efterklang
Howlin Rain
Joe Gideon and the Shark
Lay Low
The Low Anthem
Motel Motel
Peter Broderick
Sparrow & The Workshop
Steve Earle
Tallest Man on Earth
This Frontier Needs Heroes
William Elliot Whitmore
Whispertown 2000


To check the availability of End Of The Road tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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