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RED ROOSTER 2nd-4th June

Euston Hall, Suffolk For a little bit of southern comfort food & rock n roll

Te ass-kicking, bear hug giving, super fly Red Rooster returns to the rather lovely Euston Hall on the Norfolk/Suffolk border for a good-time weekend of rhythm and blues, American, soul, roots and country. Only a few choice acts have been announced thus far, including mighty soulshakers King Khan and the Shrines and the masked mystery that is Bob Log III. Tere’ll be tonnes of amazing toe tapping music for you to get down to fo shiz. But it’s not all about the music at Red Rooster. With amazing and taste-tingling soul food stalls, you’ll be noshing down on mac n cheese, ribs, gumbo, cocktails and smoked and pulled meats of all kinds; you’ll be channelling Elvis in his latter days and loving every minute of it. Stay in comfort in a yurt, lotus tent or tipi or bring your own tent, and chill out in a beautiful, natural environment filled with like minded future friends. It’s only about an hour from Norwich, so you’ll see loads of people you know, and tickets are very reasonably priced. See ya there! I’ll be the one having the soul freak out near the front whilst stuffing my face with a massive meat ensemble.

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King Khan & the Shrines Bite My Tongue Bob Log III Make You Say Wow James Leg Dirty South


Goldie Lookin’ Chain Guns Don’t Kill People LTJ Bukem Atlantis Dub Phizix & Skeptical Marka

SYMMETRY 9th-12th June

Sennowe Park, Guist For those who like rave it up North Norfolk style

Tis is the third year of the best dance music festival in Norfolk, which starts on a Tursday evening at 6pm and runs til midday on Monday. With six main stage (six!) alongside extra microvenues, you’ll never be short of something to dance to in the not-so-tranquil lakeside fields of Sennowe Park in North Norfolk. Te Lake Shack is headlined this year by absolute legend General Levy, and Norwich’s own Warrior Jungle will be playing also. Get your drum n bass fix at the Power Station, which produces enough bass fuelled action to blow away a small army of ravers, with massive names Dillinja and Nicky Blackmarket on the decks. Catch the timeless Ed Rush and Optical on the Clockwork Stage too, along with LTJ Bukem. Headliners Goldie Lookin’ Chain have just been announced, which I for one was blown away by, and there are plenty more line up announcements to come. You can stay in a very civilised green yurt, and there are great food stalls and fun stuff for kids too. Tickets start at just £75 for the whole weekend, and kids under 12 go free.

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