We’ll be back and ready for one hell of a party from 2nd – 5th September 2021. We also need your help, more than ever, to keep the independent spirit of End of The Road alive so we’re asking you to roll your tickets forward to 2021 if you can.
Where is end of the road Fest?
Larmer Tree Gardens | Wedding & Event Venue2019, 2018, 2017.
End of the Road Festival/Event locations
How many people were at the End of the Road festival?
Late night entertainment usually includes high-profile DJ sets, a silent disco, secret pop-up performances and karaoke. Due to the nature of the gardens the festival is set in, it is not unusual to see peacocks wandering around the area and macaws in the trees. The festival has a capacity of 15,000 (2014).
What can you bring to Green Man festival?
A sense of humour, a big smile, exquisite musical taste and a friendly attitude are all Green Man essentials….Well it’s a festival and its outdoors, so we’d suggest a few simple basics such as:
Clothes for warm and cold weather.
How big is end of the road?
Where the previous weekend’s Reading & Leeds Festival, a huge logistical success with around 100,000 music fans in fields at opposite ends of the country, felt like a distinctly post-pandemic version of an iconic annual event – thanks to its rejigged layout and two Main Stages – this 15,000 capacity weekender mostly …
What does the Green Man represent in black is king?
He represents the diaspora trying to reconnect to their roots in a similar way – and guiding them in the same way. Fun fact: Stephen Ojo taught Beyonce the Zanku dance.
What does the Green Man symbolize?
The Green Man, and very occasionally the Green Woman, is a legendary being primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of new growth that occurs every spring. Found in many cultures from many ages around the world, the Green Man is often related to natural vegetation deities.
What is the purpose of the Green Man festival?
Running since 2003, the Green Man Festival has attracted 20,000 visitors a year to Powys, as well as providing training, promoting local food and drink suppliers and fundraising for local causes.