2020 Festival Cancellations
This was last year’s festival calendar, but nearly 40 cancellations later it’s empty for 2020. Lucky we have plenty of TV & Film location work to get stuck into!
We’ll be back with a full page of gigs as soon as coronavirus allows it. For now, have a read about what we’ve been busy with.
You can find out more about Red Radish festival and crew catering here. Winners of the Festival Supplier Award for Best Crew and Artist Catering two years running in 2019 and 2020.
Electric Picnic: 29th August – 1st September 2019
Crossing the water to Ireland for this awesome festival at Stradbally Hall.
Sundown: 28th August – 2nd September 2019
Feeding the crew at this festival showcasing the best in bass and pop music at Norfolk Showground.
Reading: 14th – 29th August 2019
The world’s oldest popular music festival – Red Radish will be catering at Reading again this year.
South West Four: 24th – 26th August 2019
Back in our hometown backstage catering in Clapham Common.
Lost Village: 12th – 30th August 2019
We’ll be heading to the secluded woods in Lincolnshire to feed the crew at this interactive festival.
Greenman: 9th – 20th August 2019
A four-day event with the stunning backdrop of the Brecon Beacons.
Pride in the Park: 2nd – 4th August 2019
An eclectic extravaganza of diversity and inclusion at the heart of Brighton & Hove’s Pride celebrations.
Houghton: 1st – 13th August 2019
Only in its third year, this electronic music festival is a unique 24-7 party where the music never stops.
Wilderness: 26th July – 7th August 2019
Tucked away in the idyllic Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire.
Focus: 25th – 30th July 2019
We feed the masses as this Church network gather for a weekend of music and celebration at the Somerley Estate.
Truck: 22nd – 30th July 2019
“The Godfather of the small festival scene” in the Oxfordshire countryside.
Bluedot: 15th – 22nd July 2019
A music, science and culture event held at Jodrell Bank Observatory – full of experiments, experts, fireworks and great Red Radish food.
Boomtown: 12th July – 26th August 2019
A favourite on the Red Radish calendar – we’ll be immersing ourselves in the ‘Radical City’ for nearly two months!
Larmer Tree: 12th – 22nd July 2019
Set in beautiful Victorian gardens in the heart of the Cranborne Chase, we’re pleased to be returning to this family-friendly festival.
OnBlackheath: 8th – 15th July 2019
A festival designed to celebrate this beautiful part of our beloved city.
Lovebox: 8th – 15th July 2019
We’ll be back at Groove Armada’s two-day electronic music festival in its second year in Gunnersbury Park.
Noisily: 6th – 18th July 2019
Celebrating underground music and self-expression. You’ll find Fred Radish’s famous Mac & Cheese here too!
Love Supreme: 3rd – 8th July 2019
A three-day greenfield jazz festival and one of the most prestigious in Europe. Bringing the best of the continent to the South Downs of East Sussex.
Cornbury: 30th June – 9th July 2019
We will be serving some of our culinary delights to this very British, country fayre style open air party for all the family.
Wireless: 30th June – 10th July 2019
Our second event at Finsbury Park, attracting some huge stars from the world of hip hop, grime and pop from both sides of the Atlantic.
Community: 25th – 30th June 2019
We’ll be kicking off a two week residency at London’s Finsbury Park with this one day festival celebrating the best in new music.
British Summer Time: 20th June – 18th July 2019
This collective of some of the world’s biggest musical icons can be found in London’s Hyde Park.
Black Deer: 17th – 25th June 2019
This festival brings a mix of American and Country music to the UK. No doubt our buffalo cauliflower wings will go down a real treat here.
Download: 10th – 17th June 2019
We’ve teamed up with this mother-of-rock British festival to serve up our very own devilish treats.
Glastonbury: 10th June – 5th July 2019
Our 4 week residency will be at 3 sites, Shangri-La, The Common and West Holts for another year of frolics and fantastic food on Worthy Farm.
Parklife: 4th – 9th June 2019
Taking our operation to the north, we will be serving up our classic Mac and Cheese to festival-goers in Manchester’s Heaton Park.
Field Day: 4th – 9th June 2019
At a new location in Enfield, this long standing London festival boasts a mix of neo-soul, electronic and house.
Polo in the Park: 3rd – 11th June 2019
Held at Fulham’s Hurlingham Park, we will be serving our finest at this summer social. Our street food Fire Truck Fred will also feature, serving our famous Mac ‘n Cheese.
Gottwood: 1st – 11th June 2019
A mystical party in the wood… we will be here throughout the whole festival, including the build and break, adding a dusting of culinary magic for the crew and artists.