Richard Hawley, Dirty Three, Andrew Bird to headline No Direction Home festival – ticket details

The sister event to End Of The Road Festival launches this June

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Richard Hawley, Andrew Bird, The Low Anthem and Dirty Three have been confirmed as the headliners of the brand new No Direction Home Festival.

The event, which is the sister festival of End Of The Road Festival, will take place from June 8 – 10 at Welbeck Abbey in Nottinghamshire.

Dirty Three will co-headline the event's opening night (June 8) with The Low Anthem, while Andrew Bird will headline the Saturday (June 9), with Richard Hawley closing proceedings on the Sunday (June 10).

Also confirmed to play across the weekend are Austra, Gruff Rhys, Django Django, Veronica Falls, Slow Club, Spectrals and a whole host of other artists.

For more information about the event, visit Nodirectionhomefestival.com.

To check the availability of No Direction Home Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for No Direction Home Festival so far is as follows:

Andrew Bird
Austra
Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny
Cold Specks
David Thomas Broughton
Diagrams
Django Django
Dirty Three
Gruff Rhys
Lanterns On The Lake
Liz Green
Martin Carthy
Martin Simpson
Moon Duo
Other Lives
Slow Club
Spectrals
The Low Anthem
The Unthanks with the Brighouse & Rastrick Brass Band
Veronica Falls
Wet Nuns

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