Blur's Graham Coxon, Alt-J, Patrick Watson added to End Of The Road festival – ticket details

Savages, King Charles, The Step Kids also join the Dorset festival's line-up

Blur's Graham Coxon, Alt-J, Patrick Watson added to End Of The Road festival – ticket details

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Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, Alt-J and Patrick Watson are among the new additions to this summer's End Of The Road festival.

The festival, which will take place in Larmer Tree Gardens in Wiltshire on August 31 – September 2, will be headlined by Grandaddy, Midlake and a co-headline effort from Grizzy Bear and Tindersticks.

Also newly confirmed for the festival are Savages, Creature With The Atom Brain, Gravenhurst, Abi Wade, Big Wave, Olympians, Horse Thief, Hurray For The Riff Raff, King Charles, The Step Kids, Woods, and Zachary Cale.

They join a line-up that also includes Anna Calvi, The Antlers, First Aid Kit, Beach House, Veronica Falls, The Low Anthem, Toy, Islet and many others.

For more information, visit Endoftheroadfestival.com.

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

The line-up for End Of The Road so far is as follows:

Grandaddy
Tindersticks
Grizzly Bear
The Antlers
Delicate Steve
Doug Paisley
Driver Drive Faster
First Aid Kit
Frank Fairfield
I Break Horses
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard
Justin Townes Earle
Moulettes
Mountain Man
Midlake
The Low Anthem
Alessi's Ark
Cashier no 9
Dirty Three
John Grant
Graham Coxon
Alt-J
Patrick Watson
Savages
Creature with the Atom Brain
Gravenhurst
Abi Wade
Big Wave
Olympians
Horse Thief
Hurray For The Riff Raff
King Charles
The Step Kids
Woods
Zachary Cale
Jonathan Wilson
Lanterns On The Lake
Roy Harper
Veronica Falls
Beach House
The Antlers
I Break Horses
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard
Justin Townes Earle
Moulettes
Robyn Hitchcock
Anna Calvi
Villagers
Abigail Washburn with Kai Welch
Cold Specks
Dark Dark Dark
Francois & The Atlas Mountains
Islet
Toy
Outfit

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