Headliners Kitty Daisy & Lewis lead the latest acts to be announced for Red Rooster Festival taking place in the grounds of Euston Hall, in Suffolk on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th June 2015.
Also announced today isblues singer and guitarist Ian Siegal, plus Marcus Bonfanti, Big Boy Bloater, Duke Garwood, King Size Slim, Smokey Angle Shades, Black Kat Boppers, The Vagaband, The Blues Kitchen Gospel Choir, ChessBoxer, Goat Roper Rodeo Band, and Dom and the Iko's.
They join the previously announced fellow headliner CW Stoneking, and Son Of Dave, Dollar Bill, The Rumble, and The Thinking Men.
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 offering authentic food and drink to the mix too.
Besides the main and smaller stages, Red Rooster plays host to campfires under the stars, a ‘gators lake, wide open cornfields, shady woodland and fun activities laid on for the kids, which all makes for an atmosphere evocative of Southern-style hospitality and one big fun lovin’ Creole party.
Early bird tickets have sold out. An adult ticket is priced at £42.50 for both days which includes camping and parking. A Saturday ticket is priced at £35, campervan passes are priced at £20. This event is free for children aged 12 years. Dogs can attend but need to have free dog passes. Prices do not include booking fees.
The day after the festival, Sunday, sees countryside family event, Euston Rural Pastimes return to Euston Park This event is separately ticketed.
Besides the main and smaller stages, Red Rooster plays host to campfires under the stars, a ‘gators lake, wide open cornfields, shady woodland and fun activities laid on for the kids, which all makes for an atmosphere evocative of Southern-style hospitality in this safe and friendly festival. The event proved a big hit not only with die-hard blues fans but families and festival goers alike. In fact, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d been transported to one big fun lovin’ Creole party
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festival had been hoping to go ahead in September