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Getting to Red Rooster

The festival arena gates open at 4pm, on Thursday 2nd June 2022, with the campsites open from 9am so you can get nice and settled in for the weekend ahead. We have music from 5pm until midnight on the Thursday – then Friday morning kicks off with live music throughout the day and into the night and is the very same for Saturday! Guests can purchase a ticket for a lower price just to attend Saturday which still includes one night of camping.

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Travelling by train

The direct train from London is Liverpool Street to Stowmarket

The trains leave every hour on the half hour and it is the London to Norwich train. It’s about 1hr and 20 minutes.

The other option is London Kings Cross to Cambridge / change at Cambridge to Thetford. It’s about 1hr and 30 minutes. The change over waiting time is about 5 minutes.


Travelling by road

Getting to Suffolk County and Red Rooster festival is easier than shooting big fish in a small barrel.

If you have a Sat Nav the postcode is IP24 2QW

If you’re travelling from London, don’t use it until you are well out of London, otherwise it could take you a longer route...

London is about 2 hours from the festival
Norwich is a 30 minute drive
Ipswich is a 40 minute drive
Bury St Edmunds is a 25 minute drive
Cambridge is a 40 minute drive
Brighton is about 2.5 hours from the festival

From London take the M11 for Cambridge

Turn left at Junction 9 onto the A11 for Norwich & Newmarket

Bypass Newmarket on the A14

Take the A11 ramp for Thetford/Norwich

Continue onto A11

Take the exit left to Elveden/Brandon – B1106

Go left off exit into Elveden, past the Elveden Inn, then first left signposted Local Services

Continue straight ahead on Elveden Road and then turn right, signposted Barnham/ RAF Honington

Continue on to Barnham Road, straight over the traffic lights and through Barnham Village

At the T-Junction, turn right onto the A1088

After 150m, Euston Hall entrance will be on the left – IP24 2QW