End of the Road festival: Pixies, Big Thief, Perfume Genius and King Krule to headline 2021 event

Event was forced to postpone this year due to the pandemic, but will host many of the artists booked to perform in 2020

Roisin O'Connor
Thursday 10 December 2020 11:18
Perfume Genius has been booked to headline End of the Road festival
Perfume Genius has been booked to headline End of the Road festival

End of the Road festival has announced plans to celebrate its 15th year in 2021.  

The music event unveiled next year’s lineup of more than 100 artists, with more to come, including a number that were booked to play this year.

As with other music festivals and events, EOTR was forced to postpone due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Pixies, King Krule and Big Thief have been confirmed as headliners, having been booked for the 2020 edition, while Perfume Genius has also been added to the top of the billing, as the headliner for the Thursday night.

Also confirmed to appear are Bright Eyes, Aldous Harding, Little Simz, Shygirl, Arlo Parks, The Comet is Coming, Anna Meredith, Squid and Les Amazones d’Afrique.

End of the Road is scheduled to take place between 2 and 5 September next year.

The Independent gave last year’s event five stars, praising it as “a weekend of unexpected thrills”. 

Tier 4 tickets for 2021 are on sale now, with a deposit scheme in place.

Visit the festival website for more information.

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