The End Festival returns to various venues around London running from 16th November to 24th November 2017. Spread across nine venues over nine days, The End will showcase the best underground and established talent on the scene, injecting love and passion back into the independent live scene and with some shows now sold out or selling out fast, it confirms music fans’ thirst for live music.
On top of an already stellar line up, The End Festival has now announced further additions for their Fearless bill on Saturday, 18th November 2017. This will include Re-Tros, Right Hand Left Hand, Tolerance Manoeuvreand False Hope For The Savage. They will be joined by Black Peaches, RM Hubbert, Land Observations, Billy Mahonie, ILK, Kompromat, Jeanette Leach, Dave Callahan (Moonshake / The Wolfhounds) and I-Ality Hi Fi.
Festival founder Howard Monk has put together a line-up that will bring talent from all over the UK, Europe and North America to London. Talking about Fearless, he explains “So, Jeanette Leech wrote a killer book about Post Rock and interviewed a load of folks for it, including my band Billy Mahonie. Honoured indeed to be a part of it. It made me think about what it was, what it is, and what it has become. I’m pretty excited to offer this lineup as an example of where my thoughts lie on the issue.”
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.”
For Monk, it’s about promoting great new talent and getting music fans excited about live music. “I think it’s important to put great stuff on in as many places as possible,” Monk adds.
Fearless starts at 5pm on Saturday, 18th November 2017 at Mirth, Marvel and Maude.
Tickets for all shows are available on Music Glue now.
Alternatively you can purchase tickets for The End Festival here:
16th November 2017 – David Thomas Broughton – Paper Dress Vintage – SOLD OUT 17th November 2017 – David Thomas Broughton – Aces & Eights – Tickets 18th November 2017 – Fearless – Mirth, Marvel and Maude – Tickets 19th November 2017 – David Thomas Broughton – Servant Jazz Quarters (2PM) – Tickets 19th November 2017 – Maria Kelly – Servant Jazz Quarters – Tickets 20th November 2017 – Equinox – The Windmill – Tickets 21st November 2017 – The Van T’s & Rainbrother – The Social – Tickets 22nd November 2017 – HAWK & The Anatomy of Frank – The Lexington – Tickets 23rd November 2017 – Jack Chesire – Old Queens Head – Tickets 24th November 2017 – McAlmont and Butler, The Magic Numbers and Ren Harvieu – Downstairs at The Kings Head – SOLD OUT