Yo La Tengo named as second headliner at this year's End Of The Road Festival

Band will join Wilco, Iron & Wine and The Low Anthem at the event

Yo La Tengo named as second headliner at this year's End Of The Road Festival
Yo La Tengo have been announced as the second headliner at this year's End Of The Road Festival.

Joining the likes of Iron & Wine, The Low Anthem and The New Pornographers at the bash, Wilco had already been confirmed to headline the event.

Taking place at Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset between September 10-12, other new additions to the bill include Errors, Caribou and Brakes.

For more information, visit EndOfTheRoadFestival.com.

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