Not long to go now until the SOLD OUT End of the Road Festival this year. Of course, the headliners are huge (looking at you Father John Misty), but there are some absolute gems further down the bill who cannot be missed! And lucky for you, here are five.



On their second trip to Larmar Tree Gardens, Alvvays will be bringing their new material along with them, and it’s oh so good. They are the perfect mix of 80s and 60s influences to create some of the best pop around. The Toronto quintet cannot be missed.


Marika Hackman

With her first ever North American tour underway, Marika Hackman is coming back to our shores later this month to bring her newest material to Dorset. Her track ‘Boyfriend’ showed just what to expect from her new album ‘I’m Not Your Man’, and damn did it deliver.


Aldous Harding

For a real treat, you’re going to want to catch Aldous Harding. The New Zealand singer exhibits raw charm to couple with her haunting vocals, and it’s a dream combination.  With her new album ‘Party’ on the way, she should be high on your watch list for the weekend.


All We Are

Right off the back of their latest album ‘Sunny Hills’, Liverpool-based trio All We Are will rock End of the Road in a huge way. Describing their sound as ‘The Bee Gees on diazepam’, you’ll definitely want to go experience their debut album in all its glory.


Perfume Genius

Three years since his last set at the festival, Perfume Genius is making a magical return to the stage in Dorset. Rumours are his new album is in the pipeline and it’s set to be just as mesmerising as his previous efforts.


End of the Road Festival 2017 takes place at Larmar Tree Garden, Dorset from August 31 – September 3