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What people are saying about Red Rooster
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mejoolienfn from So Many Dungarees! Went on recommendation from a friend and Red Rooster didn't disappoint! Truly beautiful setting, the magnificent views literally all around you with considerately placed rustic seating, benches, campfires, need I go on? The selection of food on offer was also amazing and every steward or bartender I met seemed genuinely happy to be there. The music venues were interesting and the variety of sounds and styles was refreshing and infectious (Bog Log 111 slayed me). The vibe of the festival was happy and positive and I saw not ONE person litter. Humanity in all its glory and diversity at its best (still not sure about the dungarees tho...) A great start to my musical summer :)
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jacksons in BN1 from A perfect little festival with lots of space We love that it is a small festival, everyone is very friendly, we are a couple without kids and there wasn't too many there. A great age range from 60 to 6 months. Lots of space camping this year. We paid extra for the campervan site and camped next to our vehicle. Only two stalls had veggie food. Lots of straw bays to sit on. Toilet where a lot better this year. We love listening to new unknown bands, who needs big stars! Excellent bands.
Date published: 2016-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by Stevieboy from total chill Really relaxed, a well organised event. I'm a wheelchair user & the trails around the event were OK with the occasional help from passers-by on the few slopes! Great music with the chance to see CW Stoneking, the reason I bought the tickets in the first place. only two negatives, all but one of the food stalls running out of meat by 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday and of course the portaloos, full to overflowing by 9 o'clock on the Saturday evening, par for the course at festivals but no fun in a wheelchair, popping behind a bush isn't an option! Still a great event & there's a good chance of me going next year, depending on the line-up of course!
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by Crepesuze from A lovely, laid-back festival! We went to this festival in a big group of friends. The camping space was ample so we were all able to pitch our tents together. The toilet facilities were plentiful and frequently cleaned ( for me, a very important factor for an enjoyable festival!). The site was beautiful and well- prepared for maximum enjoyment. The music was very enjoyable and the food stalls offered plenty of tasty choice. My only reason for the 4 stars was the fact that the stewards didn't seemed to have been very well trained so the start of the festival was quite shambolic. Overall, however, I would recommend the festival to anyone!
Date published: 2016-06-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by Thankful from More like a country fair than a festival The communication around this event was pretty poor, no full running order available to help plan your days until you got there and poor response to questions asked about dogs, camping stoves etc. There was only a rough idea on their rather basic web site about who is playing on which day. The feel of the event was more like a country fair which was great for us as it was our first festival as well as our boys! The grounds are beautiful, good facilities and food options etc. Shame about the communications as it really let the event down and we frequently heard acts and staff complaining about not knowing what was happening when and not being given what had been promised to them.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kescurry from Sooo good...we're going to do it all again next year! We booked Red Rooster after seeing it on Facebook last year and weren't disappointed! Really chilled festival,beautiful setting at Euston Hall and great bands. Very friendly festival-goers and loved the themed dressing up. Favourite bit- chilling out in a hammock in the woods. Food stalls had a great variety -a little bit out the way when you're so chilled & can't be bothered to walk!
Date published: 2016-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tulip21 from Was the best small festival & really looking forward to 2016 We went in a group to Red Rooster this year & had an amazing time. The setting was lovely the sun shone & the music was great. Discovered lots of new acts & made lots of new friends. It is easy to walk around & not to crowded great for children. Couple of issues but I guess it is still in its infancy. More loo's are needed & need to be manged through the day & evening, waking up to over flows not nice !!! Also food vendors need to be more on the ball as some ran out of food early evening, hungry punters not good. Highlight was the lovely young man who came in the morning on his bike with a trailer selling Bloody Mary's !! Great start to the day with your bacon sandwich look forward to seeing him in 2016.
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gig fest from Best time ever This was our 2nd year going to Red Rooster Festival. We were with a group of friends and made lots of new friends
Date published: 2016-06-11