Big Green Coach have announced that they are working directly with this year’s festival, providing ticket and travel packages for fans.
The environmentally responsible travel company has a number of weekend camping passes for both sites with coaches running from a number of major cities.
Originally inspired by the Green Man festival hosted in Wales, End of the Road is bursting back into the heart of the Devon countryside this year, playing host to some of Britain’s most talented indie and folk acts.
The festival organisers have always prided themselves in focussing on the “finer details”. A diminutive capacity of just 5,000, allows organisers to do this, bringing in great food and drink from local businesses and providing a friendly and enthusiastic team of staff help run the event. Band participation is also encouraged in all areas of the festivals, with artists taking part in the running of the workshops and even being offered the chance to DJ.
End of the Road offers new and unsigned musicians the chance to perform on one of their three music stages as well as bringing in bigger acts like Explosions In The Sky, Fleet Foxes and more in the past.