End of the Road Festival news: With less than six weeks to go until End Of The Road Festival 2018, we are thri

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๐ŸŒฑ With less than six weeks to go until End Of The Road Festival 2018, we are thrilled to welcome the final wave of artists to this year’s lineup, and we’re offering a pair of FREE TICKETS to one lucky winner. To be in with a chance of winning, simply like and share this post!

๐ŸŒฑ Shopping’s frantic post-punk will return to Larmer Tree this summer alongside the restless talent of ex-Yuck frontman Daniel Blumberg, who released his debut solo record, the brilliant Minus, earlier this year.

๐ŸŒฑ We also welcome the infectious indie-pop of Swedish quartet Hater and Australian punks Amyl and The Sniffers.

๐ŸŒฑ Tickets are on sale now at bit.ly/EOTR2018



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๐ŸŒฑ We're thrilled to hear that our friends at FRANK Water served a total of 5658 litres of water at End Of The Road 2018, potentially saving over 11,000 single use plastic bottles from heading to a landfill or our oceans. Great work, everybody!

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๐ŸŒฑ Were thrilled to hear that our friends at FRANK Water served a total of 5658 litres of water at End Of The Road 2018, potentially saving over 11,000 single use plastic bottles from heading to a landfill or our oceans. Great work, everybody!

๐Ÿ“ธ Joseph Elliott

 

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Brilliant. Should be everywhere - not just at festivals.

Love our Frank Water bottles - brilliant for school water bottles - they donโ€™t leak & nobody else has one ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Love our Frank Water bottles - brilliant for school water bottles - they donโ€™t leak & nobody else has one ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Use my 10 year anniversary metal bottle every day. Every time I take a sip, I think of Sufjan.

I agree it would be great if Frank Water were more widespread Iโ€™m not sure but I think a lot of staff are volunteers? They do a fantastic job and itโ€™s a great scheme. Take a metal water bottle everywhere now๐Ÿ˜€

Shame about the use of plastic in the first place. As for recycling that's debatable. It becomes brittle after a while and ends up in the landfill, or breaking down into bits and getting into the environment.

And all very friendly with it!

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The latest episode of Loud and Quiet Magazine's Midnight Chats podcast features Josh T. Pearson, recorded on our Piano Stage at End Of The Road 2018.

๐ŸŽง Listen at www.loudandquiet.com/podcasts/josh-t-pearson-midnight-chats-episode-57.
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The latest episode of Loud and Quiet Magazines Midnight Chats podcast features Josh T. Pearson, recorded on our Piano Stage at End Of The Road 2018. 

๐ŸŽง Listen at www.loudandquiet.com/podcasts/josh-t-pearson-midnight-chats-episode-57.
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