Joanna Newsom, Best Coast, Lykke Li for End Of The Road Festival

Best Coast and Lykke Li also join Dorset festival's line up

Joanna Newsom, Best Coast, Lykke Li for End Of The Road Festival
Joanna Newsom has been announced as the final headliner of the End Of The Road Festival.

The singer joins Mogwai and Beirut in headlining the event, which is set to take place in Dorset on September 2-4. It will be her only UK festival appearance of 2011.

Lykke Li, Emmy The Great and Best Coast have also been newly-confirmed for the festival.

Head to Endoftheroadfestival.com for more information.

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 End Of The Road Festival line-up so far is:

Best Coast
The Black Angels
Bo Ningen
Bob Log III
Beirut
Cambodian Space Project
Cass McCombs
Caitlin Rose
Dan Mangan
Daniel Martin Moore
Darren Hanlon
The Deadly Syndrome
Doug Paisley
Drum Eyes
Dry The River
Emanuel & The Fear
Emmy The Great
The Fall
Found
The Fresh & Onlys
Gordon Gano & The Ryans
Gruff Rhys
HEALTH
James Yorkston
Joan As Policewoman
Joanna Newsom
John Grant
Jolie Holland
Josh T Pearson
Kurt Vile & the Violators
La Sera
Lanterns On The Lake
Laura Marling
The Leisure Society
Lia Ices
Lightning Dust
Lykke Li
Megafaun
Micah P Hinson
Midlake
Mogwai
Mountain Man
Perfume Genius
Rue Royale
Sam Amidon
Sarabeth Tucek
The Secret Sisters
She Keeps Bees
Skinny Lister
The Staves
Timber Timbre
Tinariwen
Treefight For Sunlight
tUnE-yArDs
Twin Shadow
The Walkmen
White Denim
Wild Beasts
Wild Nothing
Willy Mason
Wooden Shjips
Woods
Young Man


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