Red Rooster is bringing rhythm and blues back to Euston Park in 2017

Visitors enjoy the music, sunshine and food at the 2016 Red Rooster Festival at Euston near Thetford

Visitors enjoy the music, sunshine and food at the 2016 Red Rooster Festival at Euston near Thetford. - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2016

A rhythm and blues festival is returning to a country estate for the fourth time in 2017.

Red Rooster, which is held in the grounds of Euston Hall, will be taking place from June 1 to 3.

Leading to bill will be legendary singer-songwriter and producer Nick Lowe. The British artist, who began life on the punk rock scene, is known for his versatility and has experimented with pop, country and Americana.

Nick said: 'I am delighted to be part of Red Rooster 2017. It is a great festival in a beautiful and historic setting.'

Rhythm and blues star Nick Waterhouse and full-throttle soul machine Barrence Whitfield and The Savages will also be taking to the stage


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Also on the bill are Texan country music star Cale Tyson, hot Spanish blues from Guadalupe Plata, and London's The Hanging Stars with a repertoire of 60s swamp Americana.

Tickets are on sale now, priced £55 (plus booking fee) for the weekend – this includes three nights of camping and parking.

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Day tickets for the Saturday are £35 and include one night of camping and parking. As always, entry for children is free.

To buy tickets or to follow new act announcements, go to www.redrooster.org.uk

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