Tuesday 18 June 2019

The Big Feastival announces line up

Returning to the Cotswolds for an eighth year, The Big Feastival is back this summer with a line up even bigger than before!

Some amazing headliners have been announced for 2019’s The Big Feastival, taking place at Alex James’ farm for its eighth year this summer.

Friday’s headliner will see Rudimental perform a DJ Set, fresh from her appearance as support for the Spice Girls reunion tour, Jess Glynn will headline the Saturday night, while British indie band Elbow will end the festival on Sunday night.

Other big names include Lewis Capaldi, The Zutons, Nina Nesbitt, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Jade Bird, DJ Luck and MC Neat, with presenters Dick and Dom and Jo Whiley comparing the weekends live performances.

In addition to the musical line up, food and drink fans will get the chance to see live cooking demos and question and answer sessions with Raymond Blanc, Prue Leith, Andi Oliver and Jodie Kidd.


The family friendly festival takes place from Friday 23 August until Sunday 25 August 2019, and will also feature appearances from children’s favourites such as Justin Fletcher, Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol’s Chase and Marshall and activities with Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park.

With tickets now on sale for day, weekend and camping passes, The Big Feastival is set to be a highlight of the summer, once again.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 26 February 2019

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