Modest Mouse named as final headliner for this year's End Of The Road Festival

Group will join Yo La Tengo and Wilco at the Dorset event

Modest Mouse named as final headliner for this year's End Of The Road Festival
Modest Mouse have been announced as the final headliner for this year's End Of The Road Festival.

Playing the bash on the Friday (September 10), the group will join the previously confirmed headliners of Yo La Tengo (11) and Wilco (12).

Taking place at Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset between September 10-12, the event will see the likes of Errors, Caribou, Brakes, Iron & Wine, The Low Anthem and The New Pornographers all perform.

Meanwhile, other new additions to the bill include Freelance Whales, Here We Go Magic, Kath Bloom, Philip Selway and Smoke Fairies.

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The line-up for this years End Of The Road Festival, so far, is:

Yo La Tengo
Modest Mouse
Iron & Wine
Black Mountain
The Mountain Goats
The Low Anthem
Wolf Parade
Felice Brothers
Dengue Fever
The New Pornographers
Philip Selway
The Unthanks
The Antlers
AA Bondy
Annie And The Beekeepers
Kath Bloom
Elliott Brood
Caitlin Rose
Cate Le Bon
Charlie Parr
Cymbals Eat Guitars
Daredevil Christopher Wright
Deer Tick
Diane Cluck With Anders Griffen
Django Django
Frank Fairfield
Forest Fire
Freelance Whales
Heidi Spencer & The Rare Bird
Here We Go Magic
Horse Feathers
Jonny Kearney & Lucy Farrell
London Snorkelling Team
Jessica Lea Mayfield
Mountain Man
Oh Ruin
Olof Arnalds
Joe Pug
The Ruby Suns
Smoke Fairies
The Fresh & Onlys
Three Trapped Tigers
Timber Timbre
The Wilderness Of Manitoba

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