Founded in 2011, the Big Feastival is set to deliver another summer showcase of food, music and family fun, taking place from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 August 2022 at Blur bassist Alex James’s Cotswold farm.
This year’s headliners include synth-pop legends The Human League, pop sensation Anne-Marie, and UK rock royalty Stereophonics – with sets from the likes of Sugababes, Basement Jaxx, Jake Bugg and Gabrielle, too.
With a line-up of music, alfresco feasting, top chefs, cooking demonstrations and even a vintage fairground, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy, from music lovers to happy families.
Food at the Big Feastival
The Big Feastival is as much about food as music. Foodies can look forward to demonstrations, talks, live demos and interviews from Michelin-starred chefs and world-famous gourmet gurus, alongside supper clubs, street food and decadent pop-ups, meaning there’s something to suit everybody’s tastes.
What’s more, there’s even interactive cookery sessions for smaller chefs with M&S Little Cooks, giving children an amazing opportunity to learn about fresh ingredients and prepare their own dishes.
Music at the Big Feastival
With the strongest line-up to date, music buffs can expect an exciting programme of acts, including Anne-Marie, The Human League, Stereophonics, Sugababes, Jake Bugg, Gabrielle, Basement Jaxx and plenty more, for a bank holiday weekend to remember.
Family fun at the Big Feastival
Packed with an abundance of family-fun to occupy all ages, the Big Feastival has you covered whether little ones are looking for exciting entertainment, or somewhere for some quiet time.
Look forward to petting animals at Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park; see kids TV favourites Bluey and Bingo; relax to special guest bedtime stories; meet TV megastar Justin Fletcher; and much more.
Tickets to the Big Feastival are on sale now, with standard adult day tickets starting from £92.50; camping tickets from £217.50; weekend tickets from £187.50; and various discounts available for local residents.
For more information, or to book tickets, visit thebigfeastival.com.