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RED ROOSTER 2016.

We’re heading back to Red Rooster Festival for a second helping of all good things from the deep south of America. From June 2nd to 4th bang in the heart of the Suffolk countryside at Euston Hall, Red Rooster is pitched as a good-time weekend of Rhythm and Blues with sounds, sights and tastes from the likes of Texas and Louisiana.

The crew behind the festival are pretty picky with their music, which is why they’ve made it their mantra to ensure the finest R&B, Americana, Blues, Soul, Roots and Country musicians make the line-up. The other thing they’re big on is good things to eat and drink, namely beer… that’s where we come in. We’re going to have the Half Pint Truck and festival bar serving pints of London Lager, London Pale Ale, Yakima Red and our latest seasonal release, Lucky Hop.

On their travels around the world on the hunt for the best musicians new and old, the Red Rooster lads kept coming back to the deep south of America. “It’s passion and love of not just Rhythm and blues, Americana and country music, but for food & drink, good times, and more importantly life, made us stop, think and start enjoying things just a bit more.”

We can almost taste that rack of juicy BBQ ribs washed down with a pint of our ‘Yak’.

What’s more, tix are a steal at only £50 for a full weekend pass, so check it out for yourself and snap up a spot before they’re all gone www.redrooster.org.uk

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