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RED ROOSTER is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 106.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not quite what I expected Nice size venue, only two stages so it was was easy to keep up with who was on and no overwhelming crowds! Event felt intimate without feeling small. Nice range of food stalls and some quality acts. With a name like Red Rooster I expected a Blues focus but the vast majority of acts I saw had a Country flavour (not my taste!) some Cajun/Zydeco which is more my thing but no blues at all while I was there. Still overall I enjoyed myself.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Red Rooster 2017 A cool little family friendly festival that has a theme that would have once been called 'Roots'... Country, Blues, Folk with a little bit of Rock n Roll thrown in for good measure. Set in the grounds and woods surrounding Euston Hall in Suffolk, a beautiful venue, particularly as the weather was pretty good. The layout of the festival itself was slightly odd. Sitting towards the back of the area around the small stage the music could barely be heard above the sound of the main stage, you really needed to be at the front of this area to enjoy the entertainment. So I think a little more thought should be given to the layout of the stages. I'm also not sure why the stalls selling the usual festival paraphernalia were out on a limb separated from the food area or any other walk way. You certainly wouldn't have been in a position whereby something would have caught your eye as you were passing. I suspect the stall holders were not best pleased with their location. However my only real gripe was the main stage. This is a small festival of probably around 1,500 - 2,000 people (on the Saturday), but the main stage is in a open sided circus style tent that holds about 3-400 people. This leaves the majority of the viewing crowd having to stand outside of the tent peering at the action, like a voyeur staring through a neighbours window. The sound quality was superb, but you only got to experience this at it's best if you managed force your way into the tent itself, something the majority of the crowd would never be able to do. The area around the main stage is in the middle of a very established wood, and is wonderful, but they really need a proper stage set-up that would enable all of the crowd to experience the bands properly. So did enjoy my first visit to Red Rooster? Yes, there were more positives than negatives, but the main stage really needs to be sorted. Would I go next year? It would really depend on who was on, I certainly wouldn't buy the early bird tickets, released prior to the line-up.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So chilled everyone so friendly Loved the whole event great food weather red hot shame it too am hour to get in!
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First time there and won't be the last! Would highly recommend this event to people. Had such a great time.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant Red Rooster Really great festival for all ages. Not too big and really good bands in brilliant setting
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Felt lilke a private party...and a cross between a festival and a fete Really inconspicuous fencing and security left you able to enjoy the truly stunning grounds and scenery. Such beautiful trees. Amazing atmosphere with great crowd & lots of families. Never been to a festival that stayed so litter free throughout and that seemed to be down to the crowd. Wasn't sure how I'd like the music,coming more from the party scene but absolutely loved it, and the DJs were great too.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy-going, well organised, beautiful location - and some fine entertainment. We went as day visitors looking for old-fashioned rhythm and blues. We didn't find it on this particular day, but had a great time anyway. Acts were in a good range of styles and were all entertaining, with some nice banter with the audience. Performances were in a large open marquee and a small stage with barn styling (see pic). For us, it was the environs that stole the show. The grounds of Euston Hall are beautiful, with walks between the stages, disco tent, food village and Portaloos set in parkland featuring meadow grass, woodland and river. Repurposed giant cable reels for tables, log benches and fire pits were dotted around the grounds and stages providing stopping-points and ambiance. Festival-goers and stallholders who got hillbillied-up in dungarees and neckerchiefs added to the fun vibe. It was just perfect for two of us boys and our dad to catch-up with a few beers and strolls in the hubbub of a chilled-out festival.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this festival! Went to the festival with friends. Very laid back event. Not too many rules. Showers and toilets great. Music was great, bands, small stages hidden in trees, and a dj in own tent playing classic tunes. Definitely be back next year
Date published: 2017-06-12
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