End of the Road Festival 2015

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Sep 04 - Sep 06 2015

Wiltshire, England (Larmer Tree Gardens)

£195 (General Admission)

End of the Road Festival is an annual music festival in England which focuses on alternative music, mostly folk, alt country and Americana. It is hosted at the Larmer Tree Gardens, on the border of north Dorset and Wiltshire, and usually takes place over the first or second full weekend in September, opening camping on Thursday afternoon with the entertainment running from Friday to Sunday inclusive.

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