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Into the Wild Festival news: Into the Wild Summer Festival 2018

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Into the Wild Festival news: Into the Wild Summer Festival 2018

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Super early birds now available for 2018 summer festival: Only £65 adult, Youth £25 Kids under 5 free.

Over the August bank holiday weekend, we will create a beautiful summer festival, celebrating together under the midnight stars and sparkling summer sky – remembering that ecstatic wondering and longing for a place we can truly call home. We will have amazing music from around the world as ever.

(For info on 2017 festival, reviews and photos, have a look on https://www.facebook.com/events/1245300652147823/?)

Fill your summer days with ecstatic music from around the world, with a cornucopia of world cuisine, and be inspired with the very best workshops from the UK’s leading teachers and practitioners with over 100 workshops and activities for the whole family.

Music and workshops to be announced soon. As always they will be some of the best anywhere!

We invite you to join us in learning bushcrafts under the woodland canopy, lift your voice in community singing, run wild with our adventure activities for the little ones, listen to inspiring talks from writers and visionaries, be captivated by woodland theatre, dance whole-heartedly and wander through a forest of interactive woodland and ancient crafts.

You set up camp or glamp in a luxuriant tipi, you can abseil or learn African dance, you can beat box or meditate. Kids can cook and make supper for the adults, whilst you can unwind in the woods with a massage as the live Indian music shimmers through the canopy.

You can play football, skate the ramp, partake in a ceremony, learn Mongolian throat singing, watch movies in the forest or sit by the fire and listen to the sound of owls whilst the milky way soars through the summer sky.

There really is something for everyone at Into the Wild Summer Festival and we consider the whole family in the potential diversity of what interests and inspires them.

We are committed to inclusivity and make the festival as affordable as possible so that everyone can join us. It’s super friendly because it’s not too big to become impersonal, creating a safe environment for both adults and the younger ones to be out exploring in beautiful nature, having a wonderful time together.

With this in mind, we are drink drug free festival, to allow our natural clarity to enjoy time together in a clear and conscious way.
Kids don’t need them to have a total vibe, we invite that same sense of wonder that children have to the world.

Tickets available from:

http://www.in2wild.com

Under 5’s are free. 5- 15 count as child/youth.

Into The Wild Summer Festival is brought to you by a creative mix of people from across the world, who love nature and the wild and wish to support more people to get out and explore this beautiful earth.

See you in the wild meadows!

http://www.in2wild.com Super early birds now available for 2018 summer festival: Only £65 adult, Youth £25 Kids under 5 free.

Over the August bank holiday weekend, we will create a beautiful summer festival, celebrating together under the midnight stars and sparkling summer sky – remembering that ecstatic wondering and longing for a place we can truly call home. We will have amazing music from around the world as ever.

(For info on 2017 festival, reviews and photos, have a look on https://www.facebook.com/events/1245300652147823/?)

Fill your summer days with ecstatic music from around the world, with a cornucopia of world cuisine, and be inspired with the very best workshops from the UK’s leading teachers and practitioners with over 100 workshops and activities for the whole family.

Music and workshops to be announced soon. As always they will be some of the best anywhere!

We invite you to join us in learning bushcrafts under the woodland canopy, lift your voice in community singing, run wild with our adventure activities for the little ones, listen to inspiring talks from writers and visionaries, be captivated by woodland theatre, dance whole-heartedly and wander through a forest of interactive woodland and ancient crafts.

You set up camp or glamp in a luxuriant tipi, you can abseil or learn African dance, you can beat box or meditate. Kids can cook and make supper for the adults, whilst you can unwind in the woods with a massage as the live Indian music shimmers through the canopy.

You can play football, skate the ramp, partake in a ceremony, learn Mongolian throat singing, watch movies in the forest or sit by the fire and listen to the sound of owls whilst the milky way soars through the summer sky.

There really is something for everyone at Into the Wild Summer Festival and we consider the whole family in the potential diversity of what interests and inspires them.

We are committed to inclusivity and make the festival as affordable as possible so that everyone can join us. It’s super friendly because it’s not too big to become impersonal, creating a safe environment for both adults and the younger ones to be out exploring in beautiful nature, having a wonderful time together.

With this in mind, we are drink drug free festival, to allow our natural clarity to enjoy time together in a clear and conscious way.
Kids don’t need them to have a total vibe, we invite that same sense of wonder that children have to the world.

Tickets available from:

http://www.in2wild.com

Under 5’s are free. 5- 15 count as child/youth.

Into The Wild Summer Festival is brought to you by a creative mix of people from across the world, who love nature and the wild and wish to support more people to get out and explore this beautiful earth.

See you in the wild meadows!

http://www.in2wild.com

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COVID-19 has affected many, many businesses, but has been felt heavily through the live music industry.

Months worth of hard work that go into festivals like End of the Road and many other fantastic events around the country evaporated overnight, with entire annual incomes given up. Many taking the decisions themselves before the Government did because it was the right thing to do.

Today marks the launch of the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign to ask the government to do the right thing in return - help support the live music industry on it's road to recovery.

Find out more about the campaign: bit.ly/2YSm4Cv
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Missing you End of the Road..... hoping so much for 2021 🙏

Done 😇 and thanks for posting End Of The Road Festival 2021

We were so excited about welcoming Andy Shauf back to End of the Road in September, and we know a lot of you were as excited about seeing him.

Next Tuesday (June 30th) Andy will be appearing in his first live stream since the pandemic began, playing an all-request set from his home in Toronto.

This one-hour performance will help to raise funds for a variety of causes, including his neighbourhood's Parkdale Community Food Bank, Nia Centre for the Arts (a Toronto-based not-for-profit arts centre that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of arts from across the African Diaspora), and Andy Shauf's band and crew. Fans can make song requests by visiting Andy's Twitter or Instagram (@andyshauf), or through the Facebook event page for this show.

Ticket link: dice.fm/tour/andy-shauf-live-stream

FB Event: www.facebook.com/events/260859461679745/
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We were so excited about welcoming Andy Shauf back to End of the Road in September, and we know a lot of you were as excited about seeing him. 

Next Tuesday (June 30th) Andy will be appearing in his first live stream since the pandemic began, playing an all-request set from his home in Toronto.

This one-hour performance will help to raise funds for a variety of causes, including his neighbourhoods Parkdale Community Food Bank, Nia Centre for the Arts (a Toronto-based not-for-profit arts centre that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of arts from across the African Diaspora), and Andy Shaufs band and crew. Fans can make song requests by visiting Andys Twitter or Instagram (@andyshauf), or through the Facebook event page for this show. 

Ticket link: https://dice.fm/tour/andy-shauf-live-stream

FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/260859461679745/

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Matthew Boycott-Garnett Grant Curnow Daniel Mancini

Olivia Russell

Hope Bicknell

Sean Tobin

🌱 We just wanted to say a big big thank you to all of you. We've been completely overwhelmed by your messages and kind words.

Rest assured, we’ll be back and ready for one hell of a party in 2021.

Love to you all, Team EOTR 🧡
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🌱 We just wanted to say a big big thank you to all of you. Weve been completely overwhelmed by your messages and kind words.

Rest assured, we’ll be back and ready for one hell of a party in 2021.

Love to you all, Team EOTR 🧡

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Love and thanks to EOTR

Can't wait for next year x

The best things in life are worth waiting for. 🤩👍

Lots of love to the whole EOTR family. See you in 2021 x

2021 a year for celebration at EOTR 😍😍😍

Can’t wait for it! ❤️

Roll on next year. Can't wait 🙌

See you next year! ❤️

😘😘😘😘

We’ll come back rejuvenated and refreshed and raring to go x

We all understand, but first pint is free next year, right?!

Cant wait for next year!

Who did these leaves? They were so magical.✨

Gutted....but look forward to seeing you all next year....😢😢😢

❤️

I had other plans for this summer but can't wait to be able to go to EOTR and Green Man again ❤️

This was our fallow year. Just bought our tickets for 2021 ❤

See you in 2021! It’ll be worth the wait

Thanks for being there for 2021.

It would have been my first EOTR festival and was so looking forward to it. The excitement and anticipation will last longer now. Can’t wait 😊

Happy to help you guys out...small sacrifice

We’ll be there in 2021 ❤️

Unfortunately due to my daughter starting secondary school when it is on next Seot I need to request a refund. How do I do this please? Thanks x

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We were holding out hope we wouldn’t have to do this but sadly, due to the current pandemic, we are postponing End of The Road 2020 until 2-5 September 2021.

We’ll miss you all terribly and we can’t wait to see you there. You’ll notice PIXIES, King Krule, Big Thief, Bright Eyes, Little Simz and Aldous Harding have all already promised they’ll be there too!

We do need your help right now, more than ever, to keep the independent spirit of EOTR alive so we’re asking you to roll your tickets forward to 2021 if you can. If you need it, and times are hard we know, you are of course entitled to a face-value refund. We’ll be emailing all ticket buyers with full details shortly.

Love to you all,
Simon and the team at End of The Road

More info here: buff.ly/2Zvezyo
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We were holding out hope we wouldn’t have to do this but sadly, due to the current pandemic, we are postponing End of The Road 2020 until 2-5 September 2021. 
 
We’ll miss you all terribly and we can’t wait to see you there. You’ll notice PIXIES, King Krule, Big Thief, Bright Eyes, Little Simz and Aldous Harding have all already promised they’ll be there too!

We do need your help right now, more than ever, to keep the independent spirit of EOTR alive so we’re asking you to roll your tickets forward to 2021 if you can. If you need it, and times are hard we know, you are of course entitled to a face-value refund. We’ll be emailing all ticket buyers with full details shortly.

Love to you all,
Simon and the team at End of The Road

More info here: https://buff.ly/2Zvezyo

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See you next year. Big love <3

Not really a like, but the fact that it is happening next year with confirmed attendees IS worth a like!

Lucy Rouse 🙁

We'll be there with the team next year once again, rest easy and loads of love to everyone till we see you next 🥰

Michelle Binks

Not unexpected given the circs - see you next year xx

Counting down the days already, I’m sure it’ll be the best year yet 🥰

Holding my tickets for sure. Take care EOTR people. x

Dan Rynne

Such a shame but totally understandable ❤️❤️

Meg Lacey

Jude Clarke Alex Elbro Dinner at ours that weekend - street food, beers and a fab playlist 😞

2021 will not know what's hit it. So much catching up to do. Stay safe everyone 🥳🥳🥳🥳

No birthday pixies for me. Mark Scholes xx

Rob Martin going to transfer the deposit over to 2021....

Charlotte James next year?

❤️

Gutted. But I'll be holding onto my tickets to make sure EOTR survives this.

Noooooooo. Gutted. But understand and will see you in 2021. Can’t wait. X

😭😭😭😭😭

Kate Blundel 😭😭😭 the one year we get our shit together and buy tickets

Please keep Makaya McCraven, Girl Band and Vanishing Twin for 2021!!!

Roll on 2021...

Not unexpected, absolutely gutted nonetheless... My son and I will certainly be rolling over our tickets... The three bands I wanted to see the most have confirmed for next year so that's a result... See you next year for one hell of a party xx

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Loud and Quiet Magazine came on board as End Of The Road’s print media partner in 2016. That first summer, they put on a “Wedding Reception” after-party to follow Bat for Lashes' headline set, which she DJ'd at herself. The following year they hosted a “Midnight Mass” after Father John Misty's headline show and since 2018 they have thrown the festival’s official opening party with a phenomenal Time Hop themed Silent Disco.

Elsewhere they turned their Midnight Chats Podcast series into Midday Chats for us on the Piano Stage with guests from the line up including Nadine Shah, Josh T. Pearson and Cate Le Bon.

The magazine dedicates an issue to End Of The Road every year, providing a custom guide to the festival in a way that only Loud and Quiet could. In a short space of time, they managed to pick out what makes End of The Road so unique - homing in on its idiosyncrasies and championing them.

Quite simply, they’re kindred independent spirits. Support them if you can.

Subscribe and help save Loud and Quiet: buff.ly/2VE6U1U

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Loud and Quiet Magazine came on board as End Of The Road’s print media partner in 2016. That first summer, they put on a “Wedding Reception” after-party to follow Bat for Lashes headline set, which she DJd at herself. The following year they hosted a “Midnight Mass” after Father John Mistys headline show and since 2018 they have thrown the festival’s official opening party with a phenomenal Time Hop themed Silent Disco. 

Elsewhere they turned their Midnight Chats Podcast series into Midday Chats for us on the Piano Stage with guests from the line up including Nadine Shah, Josh T. Pearson and Cate Le Bon.
 
The magazine dedicates an issue to End Of The Road every year, providing a custom guide to the festival in a way that only Loud and Quiet could. In a short space of time, they managed to pick out what makes End of The Road so unique - homing in on its idiosyncrasies and championing them.
 
Quite simply, they’re kindred independent spirits. Support them if you can. 

Subscribe and help save Loud and Quiet: buff.ly/2VE6U1U

📷 Rachel Juarez-Carr

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We have a picture of us sitting in those chairs last year. They have been graced by so many awesome bums, we couldn’t resist!

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    Amanda Nicole Harrison Frank Harrison family festival next summer?

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