After announcing plans to go ahead in September at Euston Hall in Suffolk, Red Rooster Festival has postponed until June next year.
The festival announced its plans to go ahead three weeks ago, confident that it could put anti-covid measures in place to satisfy government guidelines and to keep the attendees as safe as possible. The festival says that they had put together full plans, and that while the local authority and emergency services were supportive Public Health England failed to engage with them, and they would not proceed without PHE's approval.
The festival's full statement can be read here.
Red Rooster Festival will return next year from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th June 2021, again at at Euston Hall in Thetford, Suffolk . Tickets are available now.
Tickets are 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.
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