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NEWS: First acts announced for Red Rooster 2022

When: 2nd – 4th June 2022
Where: Euston Hall, Suffolk, England

Red Rooster Festival returns for its eight edition next June in the familiar surroundings of Euston Hall, with its 300 acres of historical private gardens and beautiful rolling parkland. And this annual celebration of Cajun, soul, rock’n’roll, blues, roots and country music has just announced the first acts who will appear at next year’s event.

The festival headliners will be revealed in the new year but the names of those already scheduled to play in 2022 all make for some very exciting news. First up are the four times Grammy award nominated North Mississippi Allstars. Then there is the celebrated Mississippi Hill Country blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter Cedric Burnside, Louisiana bluesman Robert Finley, Canadian rock and rollers The Sheepdogs, and those San Franciscan legends Chuck Prophet and The Mission Express with many more great acts to come.

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Red Rooster has consistently sold out for the last four years. Tickets are priced at an incredibly reasonable £109.50 (plus booking fee) for the whole weekend, which includes three nights of camping and free parking. Children under 12 years can again come free as always and a new teen weekend ticket has been introduced for next year at £50 (plus booking fee). Furthermore, the weekend ticket price is also going to be capped for the next two years.

Tickets for Red Rooster 2022 can be bought HERE

Full details of the festival are HERE

To whet your appetite even more for what promises to be another fantastic Red Rooster festival, HERE are some photos from this year’s hugely enjoyable event.

And a highlights reel from this year’s festival back in August.


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