This festival has been re-arranged from Thursday 28th to Saturday 30th May 2020 to now be 4th-6th September. Organiser's statement.
Red Rooster Festival will take place in the grounds of Euston Hall, in Suffolk. Embracing the sounds and lifestyle of the American Deep South, Red Rooster aims to become the event for fans of Rhythm and Blues, Americana, Soul, Roots and Country music.
Covid protection measures include: bigger campsites, the main stage now being outdoors (Little Red Rooster stage already outdoors), one way systems, hand sanitiser points, staggered arrival times, temperature checks, more portable toilets with additional cleaning, masks required to be worn at bars and stalls. For the full info please see here.
The line-up for September is "coming soon".
Acts originally announced for May included Richard Hawley, Asleep at the Wheel, North Mississippi Allstars, Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express, The Sheepdogs, Reverend John Wilkins, Tommy McLain, Nicole Atkins, Jim Lauderdale, CC Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis, Jontavius Willis, Izo FitzRoy, Vagaband Youth Orchestra, and more, with more to be announced. For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £89.50 for the weekend, which includes entry with 3 nights of camping and free parking for cars.
A Saturday-only or Sunday-only ticket is priced at £55, with 1 night of camping and free parking for cars. Children aged under 12 years can attend for free.
Live in vehicle passes are £55, £60 or £65 depending upon size of vehicle, or with an electric hook-up available for an additional £80, £90 or £100.
Food and drink
All food and drink on offer will be based around the theme of the Deep South too - expect to encounter one of the best BBQ joints outside of Mississippi! Whether it's Cajun and Creole, BBQ, bourbon, or gumbo and jambalaya, the organisers are guaranteeing you'll leave their kitchen fuller than a tick on a hound dog. There'll also be farmer's market for guests to browse and take home a taste of the South before making their way home.
Camping is free for all festival guests. The festival opens in gates at 4pm on the Thursday.
The day after the festival, Sunday, sees countryside family event, Euston Rural Pastimes return to Euston Park This event is separately ticketed.
More information will be here when available.
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