NEWS: Red Rooster Festival remains on course for August

NEWS: Red Rooster Festival remains on course for August

When: 27 – 29 August 2021
Where: Euston Hall, Suffolk.

In a week that has already seen the cancellation of another UK music festival – Kendal Calling – it is most heartening to hear the organisers of the Red Rooster Festival confirm that their event is still very much going ahead as planned.

Harry, Duke of Grafton, co-founder of Red Rooster says:

We are getting the Rooster site prepared for our new August Bank Holiday dates. Besides one of the most exciting music line-ups to-date, there’s lots of activities and fantastic food and drink on offer. I can’t wait to see people having a good time again at Red Rooster – you’ve been sorely missed.

 Throughout this difficult time keeping safe has always been our prime consideration. We monitor Government guidance closely and will organise a safe and inclusive festival, allowing people of all ages to enjoy the very best of cajun, soul, rock n roll, blues, roots and country music in the heart of the East Anglian countryside.”

As announced HERE back in April, Red Rooster Festival returns for the seventh time to the familiar surroundings of Euston Hall in Suffolk, with its 300 acres of historical private gardens and rolling parkland, and presenting performances from Richard HawleyJade BirdSonghoy BluesKitty, Daisy & LewisIda MaeIan SiegalLittle Barrie and many more great musical acts besides.

In addition to the huge programme of music, there will also be a wide range of other activities for people to enjoy, the full details of which can be found on the Red Rooster festival website.

Red Rooster has consistently sold out in the last three years it has been run. It remains one of the best value festivals out there at just £89.50 + Booking fee for the whole weekend, which includes three nights of camping and free parking. Children under the age of 12 years are free as always. Tickets can be purchased HERE

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