Red Rooster Festival

Friday 4th September 2020
10:00 AM

£76.45 (includes admin fee)


4 – 6 September 2020
Euston Hall, Suffok


Red Rooster tickets are on sale at our venue for £76.45 (including admin fee) for the whole weekend, which includes 3 nights of camping and FREE parking.  
12 and under go FREE. 2 per adult ticket.  Pay cash or card at the venue.


Red Rooster festival, a weekend celebration of the best contemporary American Roots music – Cajun, Soul, Rock ‘n Roll, Roots, Blues and Country – is pleased to announce the first line-up for its 7th edition. The 3-day event takes place in the beautiful parkland and woods of Euston Hall, Suffolk, from May 28 –30


An unrivalled atmosphere”- The Telegraph

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.” – Daily Mirror

A truly unique event” – ITV News

One of England’s most Buzzed about music festivals” – Vanity Fair



Red Rooster are delighted to welcome Richard Hawley to headline Red Rooster  2020. 2019 has been a landmark year for Richard with his ninth studio album, Further , slamming into the UK album charts at No.3  in the same year he celebrates  his twentieth anniversary as a solo artist.


In the two decades that have elapsed since Hawley jettisoned band life, first with The Longpigs and then as Pulp’s guitarist, the 52-year-old songwriter has forged one of the most singular and diverse careers in modern music.


Talk to him about his blues heroes, and he is likely to list Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Arthur ‘Big Boy’ Crudup (“the master!”) and Freddie King as personal favourites. At heart, though, Hawley remains in love with rock’n’roll in its purest form and he sports the quiff to prove it. “People often ask me why I still have a quiff. I always tell them it’s because I still can,” he deadpans.


The Grammy nominated North Mississippi Allstars are Mississippi Royalty – The sons of legendary producer Jim Dickinson, Luther & Cody learnt their craft with the crème de la crème of North Mississippi Hill Music musicians including Otha Turner, Junior Kimbrough and RL Burnside. The Allstars new album  “Up & Rolling” captures this history while looking to the future with the brothers playing with Cedric Burnside the grandson on RL and Sharde Thomas the grand daughter of Otha Tuener plus Jason Isbell, Mavis Staple and Duane Betts. Luther will also play a special solo set on The Little Red Rooster stage.


The Sheepdogs headline the mainstage on Thursday night and will blow the roof with the twin lead guitar attack of their contemporary take on good time Southern boogie in the vein of CCR and The Alman Brothers. But  instead of originating from Alabama  the 5 piece hail from Saskatoon in Canada – Expect Euston Hall to be jumpin’ on Thursday night !


Nicole Atkins was the de facto Queen of Ashbury Park, , New Jersey  then married and relocated to Nashville. Nicole’s voice had always recalled a classic vinyl collection. She is the heir to the legacy of “Roy Orbison, Lee Hazelwood, Sinatra, Aretha, Carole King, Candi Staton.” She is untethered to decade or movement or the whim of the hipster elite.

Jim Lauderdale is a 2-time Grammy winning Americana icon, a singer-songwriter whose unmistakable rhinestone-incrusted silhouette has been a symbol for creative integrity and prolificacy for thirty-two albums over decades of recording. He’s an A-list Nashville songwriter whose songs have ruled the country charts while recording an eclectic catalogue of albums that run the gamut of American roots styles, all brought together on his new album ‘From Another World’

We’re also super excited to welcome the sax driven rock and roll of MFC Chicken, the explosive high energy of Sister Suzie , the non stop  grind-a-go-go of The Fuzillis and the Brighton sleaze of Mudlow


Red Rooster website 


Announced billing order is now as follows:

Line up:

Richard Hawley 

North Mississippi Allstars

The Sheepdogs 

Nicole Atkins 

Jim Lauderdale 

MFC Chicken

Sister Suzie 

The Fuzillis 







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