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13 November 2017

The End Festival

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London’s The End Festival kicks off later this week boasting 9 days of events across 9 venues.

With around 26 artists, the independent festival founded by Howard Monk has gained a stellar reputation for its ethos, diversity and high calibre musicians.

Eight years ago, Monk started The End as a two-venue event in Crouch End, where he used to live. Over time, the festival grew and in 2017, it’s bigger than ever before with a view to expand beyond London’s boundaries.

“I’d like to expand beyond, maybe twinning with a different town year on year,” says Monk. “I’d definitely like go to places, which might have a somewhat tainted view of the “elitist” music/arts scene.”

The line-up also sees Scottish artists taking part. RM Hubbert and The Van T’s will be performing and Song By Toad roster stalwart, David Thomas Broughton will be playing 3 shows.

One of the most notable events of the festival is Fearless. Author Jeanette Leech‘s book about the making of post-rock is the nucleus around which this show has been built around. Leech will be in conversation and an impressive list of acts will perform on the day.  Black PeachesRe-TROS, RM Hubbert, Billy MahonieRighthand_LefthandIlkLand ObservationsKOMPROMAT, Tolerance ManoeuvreDavid Callaghan (MOONSHAKE//WOLFHOUNDS) and False Hope For The Savage will all be live.

The full list of events is:

16th November 2017 – David Thomas Broughton – Paper Dress Vintage – SOLD OUT
17th November 2017 – David Thomas Broughton – Aces & Eights – SOLD OUT
18th November 2017 – Fearless – Mirth, Marvel and Maude
19th November 2017 – David Thomas Broughton & RM Hubbert & Nancy Wallace – Servant Jazz Quarters (2PM)
19th November 2017 – Maria Kelly & Equinox, The Peacekeeper & Sean Christopher – Servant Jazz Quarters
20th November 2017 – Equinox, The Peacekeeper & Matthew Falloon & Cape Snow – The Windmill
21st November 2017 – The Van T’s & Rainbrother – The Social
22nd November 2017 – HAWK & The Anatomy of Frank – The Lexington
23rd November 2017 – Jack Chesire & Robert Chaney – Old Queens Head
24th November 2017 – McAlmont and Butler, The Magic Numbers and Ren Harvieu – Downstairs at The Kings Head – SOLD OUT

For full information including tickets visit: www.theendfestival.london

 

 

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