As Red Rooster gears up for its tenth anniversary celebrations the complete live line up is now confirmed for this year’s edition at Euston Hall (30th May – 1st June).

Alongside the last ever UK festival headline performance from Austin, Texas royalty, Asleep At The Wheel, Red Rooster also sees the first festival appearance of Galen & Paul, the critically acclaimed collaboration of Paul Simonon, legendary bassist of The Clash, The Good the Bad & the Queen (with Damon Albarn) and celebrated solo artist and multi-instrumentalist Galen Ayers. 

Take Me To The River will be live on stage to present a musical extravaganza of New Orleans & Memphis Music, featuring the original members of The High Rhythm Section – who played on every Al Green record – as well as Ann Peebles, Otis Clay and Syl Johnson. They’ll be joined by the North Mississippi Allstars’ Luther Dickinson and Cody Dickinson, Big Chief Bo Dollis, Martin Shore and Boo Mitchell – son of Willie Mitchell, the father of the Memphis Sound.  Boo has produced Silk Sonic, Bruno Mars and many others.

Since her standout performance on Jools Holland’s Hootenanny, Muireanne Bradley is set to take the world by storm. The seventeen year-old finger picking guitar player & singer from County Donegal brings her Country Blues & Ragtime Blues to Red Rooster, after hitting the number one spot on the UK album download charts.

London-based folk-psych-country band The Hanging Stars return to Euston Hall packing their psychedelic folk and cosmic country sounds.

Derek Paravicini is a musical genius, autistic savant and blind pianist. Starting piano at the age of two, performing at The Barbican at nine years old, and by thirty-eigh years old he is seen as one of the greatest musical ears of a generation. He was featured in the TV series “Extraordinary People,” has been featured on documentaries around the world, performed for Muhammed Ali and twice performed at Buckingham Palace. Derek will be joined by globetrotting pianist and founder member of Jawbone, Paddy Milner.

Also added to the bill are:

Advertisement
dr feelgood

Vieira & The Silvers, McKinley James, Little George Sueref, Joe Harvey-Whyte & Bobby Lee, Ufo Rodeo Band, Nick Etwell’s Nola 5, Dylan Walshe, Rosco Shakes, Sister Suzie & Andy Twyman, The Caezars, Erika & the Ravens, Snakemilk, JS & The Lockerbillies, Swamp Truck, Kaspar & the Swamp Dogs, The McCurdy Bros, The Cain Pit, Jack Browning, Locks, Laurence Kingston, Mama Oh No, The Molee Shakes, 4d Jones, Santa Rita, Dave Sutherland + The River Shack curated by “Come Down Meet the Folks” & Jose McGill (The Vagaband)

And if the music wasn’t enough, Red Rooster is known for its high calibre food offerings and 2024 will be no different. New for the tenth anniversary, Red Rooster has teamed up with award winning BBQ specialists Meat Street BBQ, to offer sit-down banquet on each day of the festival. Themed to match the style of BBQ offering, you’ll be able to go traditional American BBQ on the Thursday with the “Smokestack Lighting” Banquet, an Asian BBQ on the Friday with the “How The East Was Won” Banquet, or you can go Middle Eastern on the Saturday with the “Country & Eastern Banquet” – Go check out the menus and dine in style HERE

Celebrating Blues, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Roots & Country, Red Rooster brings you a contemporary Country & Blues festival, embracing the sights, sounds and flavours of the Deep South – music, food, drink and good old East Anglian hospitality.   Red Rooster has consistently sold out for the past five years, and tickets have been flying off the shelves at a record pace for its ten-year anniversary in 2024. It is one of the best-value festival experiences with weekend tickets available for just £149.50 + booking fee for the entire weekend with three nights of camping and complimentary parking. As always, children aged 12 and under go free and discounted teen tickets available also.

Grapevine Magazine’s 2024 Festival Listings
Red Rooster Festival