Confirmed as going ahead with social distancing measures in place and featuring the "best in Cajun, Rock n Roll, Blues & Country...", Red Rooster Festival takes place at Euston Hall in Thetford, Suffolk on the re-arranged dates of Friday 4th to Sunday 6th September 2020.
Red Rooster is set amongst 10,000 acres of parklands & pleasure grounds at Euston Hall estate, and the 7th edition of the 5,000-capacity festival will proceed with appropriate social distancing, and now with three outdoor stages.
Festival Director & Production Manager James Brennan says: “We are working closely with our Health & Safety and Production teams to produce something that is truly magical without losing the spirit and atmosphere of our beautiful little festival. Over 60% of our audience stay in family group campervans which hugely helps us contain camping areas safely, plus by moving to outdoor stages only, we feel we can offer a safe environment in which to enjoy the festival. Over the next few weeks we will be putting together stringent new plans and providing detailed information to ensure the safety of our audience, artists and crew, which is of course of paramount importance.”
Line-up details are currently saying "coming soon" on the official website, presumably because of how everything has been in flux. Originally advertised acts included Richard Hawley, Asleep at the Wheel, North Mississippi Allstars, Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express, The Sheepdogs, Reverend John Wilkins, Tommy McLain, Nicole Atkins,
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £69.50 for the weekend, which includes entry to the festival from 4pm on the Thursday, with 3 nights of camping and free parking for cars.
A Saturday-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.
Dog passes are available.
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