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The End Festival Presents: The End, of What?

Mar 7, 2019

The End Festival makes a welcome return in 2019, this time with a slightly different format. On the 29th of MarchThe End, of What? will celebrate the collaboration between some of the finest versatile artists and nationalities in the EU. This will take place at London’s award winning folk venue Cecil Sharp House, who has previously hosted a substantial number of renowned events. 

Confirmed acts are The Chap (ENG/DE) Robocobra Quartet (NI), Epic45 (ENG) Bird in the Belly (ENG), Arborist (NI), Rev Magnetic (SCOT), Fran & Flora (ENG), Noémie Ducimetière (CH), Killing Cartisano (IT), and Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai (SCOT) will DJ.

The End Festival has been running since 2009 in different variations. The most recent one in 2017 was the biggest one yet, running across 9 days in 9 different venues across London. This time, there is a certain message behind the event. 

Festival founder Howard Monk explains ”I want to do an event which celebrates the coming together of acts from different parts of the EU. A statement that even at this nominally grassroots level, we will continue to collaborate and celebrate each other, regardless of what the political climate might be. So while the foundation and the timing of this event might be political, the intent is simply to say WE ARE HERE. WE WILL COLLABORATE. WE WILL CELEBRATE.”

The End Festival has for many years been successfully showcasing the best underground talent on the scene combining a mixture of genres and independent acts to provide a memorable intimate experience to its fans. 

The End, of What? will be on the 29th of March 2019 at Cecil Sharp House, Camden. 

More info & tickets can be found at: https://www.theendfestival.london/

FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/336430930531212/

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