February 19, 2014 13:52

The Flaming Lips, Wild Beasts, The Horrors to play End of the Road festival

Temples, Drenge, Eagulls and White Denim will also play the event in Dorset this August

The Flaming Lips, Wild Beasts, The Horrors to play End of the Road festival

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The Flaming Lips, Wild Beasts and The Horrors are all set to play this year's End Of The Road festival.

The event takes place in Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset from August 29-31. John Grant, Drenge, British Sea Power, Temples, White Denim, Eagulls, Johnny Flynn, Deer Tick, and Yo La Tengo will also play the annual event. More acts will be added in the coming months.

Speaking about the first round of bookings for the event, festival founder Simon Taffe commented: "I am very excited to have finally got the Flaming Lips, one of the best live bands in the world today, playing End of the Road on Saturday night. It's also a great honour to have the Wild Beasts back to play a headline spot, plus some of the most interesting live bands around at the moment – White Denim, John Grant, Yo La Tengo and many more."

For more information, visit: Endoftheroadfestival.com

The End of the Road line-up is:

9 Bach
Adult Jazz
Alexis Taylor
All We Are
Andrew Combs
The Barr Brothers
Benjamin Clementine
Bird Courage
British Sea Power
Cate Le Bon
Cold Specks
Connan Mockasin
Deer Tick
Drenge
Eagulls
Ezra Furman
Flaming Lips
Gruff Rhys
Hookworms
Horse Thief
Houndstooth
John Cooper Clarke
John Grant
John Smith
Johnny Flynn
Juana Molina
Mark Kozelek
Marissa Nadler
The Melodic
Nick Waterhouse
Oliver Wilde
Perfume Genius
Peggy Sue
Pink Mountaintops
Radiophonic Workshop
Richard Thompson
Rosie Lowe
St Paul and the Broken Bones
Stealing Sheep
Sweet Baboo
Temples
The Horrors
Three Trapped Tigers
Tinariwen
Tiny Ruins
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Wave Pictures
White Denim
Wild Beasts
Woods
Wytches
Yo La Tengo


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