New Zealand singer/songwriter Nadia Reid is jetting in to Europe for her big summer tour and she will be stopping off at End Of The Road Festival in Wiltshire.

Nadia will be joining such luminaries of the indie, folk and Americana genres as Father John Misty, Mac Demarco, Jesus and Mary Chain, Bill Callahan, Band of Horses. Ty Segall, Marika Hackman and Mdou Moctar, at the Larmer Tree Gardens from Thursday, August 31 to Sunday September 3.

Nadia will be performing on the final day and she will be singing songs from her latest album, Preservation, which was released in March this year.

Nadia said: “This record is about being OK with who I am in the world, and who I want to be. Learning to live with the fact I’m a person who operates differently to others.

“I remember recording the tracks, it was about 11pm at night, and I felt almost transcendental, as if I was out of my body, singing these words to myself. That’s what these songs are; a confession to my future and past self.”

The first End Of The Road festival began in 2006, set up by two friends Simon Taffe and Sofia Hagberg. It is set over four stages: the Wood Stage, Garden Stage, Big Top Stage and the Tipi Tent, but in the woods there is also a clearing with a piano where semi-secret sets are performed.

The festival is not only about the music, there is a healing field, a film tent, comedians to entertain, a library set in the heart of the forest, a games arena with ping pong and table football and a children's area.

Last year the festival scooped the Best Small Festival award at the NME Awards. The capacity of the garden setting is just 16,000. BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction presenters will be roaming the festival site and there will be a late night DJ set from Nick Luscombe, a Silent Disco, The Disco Ship and a Midnight Mass hosted by Loud & Quiet following Father John Misty’s headline set on Saturday night.

For more details of the festival visit - Flicky Harrison