Red Rooster Festival 30th May – 1st June 2019

Red Rooster champions the very best in Rock’n’ Roll, Blues, Soul, Roots and Country music. Now coming up to its 5th edition it is the go-to early summer event for those who wish to immerse themselves in a truly Deep South weekend experience of music, food and culture.
You can check out the brilliant line up here
Located in the beautiful surrounding park and secluded woodlands of Euston Hall in Suffolk on a 30-acre site, Red Rooster is hosted by Harry, Duke of Grafton, a huge fan of these genres of music. Every year he heads to Nashville to source the best of the best.  Red Rooster attracts a mix of music devotees, cross-generational families and young tenderfoots. It evokes an authentic, laid back, free and easy atmosphere, where children can freely run around vast corn fields, where families can enjoy lip-smacking authentic ribs and soul food by a campfire whilst being serenaded under the stars. All congregate to get down and dirty to the raucous and heartfelt music radiating from the woodland’s main stage. The party crowd continues to dance the night away to the jumpin’ hot dj selection at the Howlin’ Woods venue and bar down by the lake.

 
Red Rooster has consecutively sold out the last 3 years. It is one of the best value festivals out there at just £69.50 + Booking fee for the whole weekend, which includes 3 nights of camping and parking FREE. Kids under 12 are gratis as always… Tickets are on sale HERE

From Tipis to Yurts or driving up in a campervan – accommodation on site is constructed to offer the best and most authentic festival experience possible with electric hook ups available. Accommodation options are available HERE

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