End Of The Road Festival

Overview

End Of The Road has a unique atmosphere, relaxed and friendly but serious about music. The site is designed in a way that we, as festival lovers, enjoy. The beautiful pleasure gardens at Larmer Tree form an ideal place to create a woodland wonderland, strewn with art installations and decorated spaces. From the start Jason Lehner has been in charge of site decoration, so much of the End Of The Road aesthetic is his. We try to make sure that everything on site is the way that we like it: good but not crazily expensive food (organic and local where possible), a wide range of local ales and other drinks at the bars, and caring and well-mannered staff. There is a musical edge to almost everything on site with the literary and film programmes being rich in musically-related material. There are no VIP areas, and you’ll often find musicians wandering about the site and watching other bands’ shows. Sometimes spontaneous performances result. Enough words: if you have been you know what we are talking about. If not come along and find out!
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Access Card Notes

Accessible Facilities / Personal Assistants Once you have bought your ticket, if you require use of accessible facilities or wish to apply for a personal assistant ticket, please e-mail Charlie at access@endoftheroadfestival.com with the following information. – The Access Card of equivalent.

Contact details

End Of The Road Festival Larmer Tree Gardens, Tollyard Road, Dorset, Salisbury, Wiltshire, South West, SP5 5PY

Standing and Queueing

Standing
The nearest accessible toilets to the Woods Stage is 50m behind to the right. The Big Top is outside and down towards the Woods Stage, approx 100m. The Tipi Stage is on the way to the Wonderland, approx 100m. The Garden Stage is to the left of the platform just down the line of hedges about 50m.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
We have a mixture of viewing platforms and viewing areas, please make the stewards in these areas aware if you require access and make sure you have your correct wristbands.

Viewing platforms are available at the Woods Stage, the Garden Stage and the Big Top. Viewing areas are available at the Tipi and the Comedy stage. The platforms and viewing areas operate on a first-come, first-served basis and we cannot guarantee access at busy times. If the platforms or viewing areas are full, we will operate a one-in, one-out process.

The nearest accessible toilets to the Woods Stage is 50m behind to the right. The Big Top is outside and down towards the Woods Stage, approx 100m. The Tipi Stage is on the way to the Wonderland, approx 100m. The Garden Stage is to the left of the platform just down the line of hedges about 50m.

On each platform there will be a few chairs and all have ramp access.

Wheelchair charging will be available within the accessible campsite, located at the Campsite Information tent by the toilets & showers. Please liase with our accessible campsite staff about your requirements when you arrive. Any items will be left at your own risk. If you have special adapters please bring them with you as we can supply 16amp or 13amp sockets only.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
Accessible Toilets

Are located at all of the toilet blocks at the festival. Some of these also have baby changing facilities in them. If you have a RADAR key please bring it with you as we use these locks on the toilets where possible.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Guide Dogs

Certified guide dogs are allowed at the festival. You will need to provide a copy of their ADUK identification form. Please e-mail Charlie at access@endoftheroadfestival.com.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Accessible Facilities / Personal Assistants

Once you have bought your ticket, if you require use of accessible facilities or wish to apply for a personal assistant ticket, please e-mail Charlie at access@endoftheroadfestival.com with the following information.

1. A copy of one or more of the following documents

– DLA/PIP or equivalent.
– Medical professional’s letter.
– D/deaf or blind registration.
– The Access Card of equivalent."

Accessing Visual Information

Accessing Visual Information
Guide Dogs

Certified guide dogs are allowed at the festival. You will need to provide a copy of their ADUK identification form. Please e-mail Charlie at access@endoftheroadfestival.com.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
Hearing Loops

Hearing loops will be available at the Box Office and the Information Point. This is the first year we have installed these so please do let us know your feedback.