Saturday 28 March 2020

The Big Feastival announces line up

The headliners for The Big Feastival 2020 have been announced, when the music and food festival returns to Alex James' farm in the Cotswolds for the ninth year.

Some BIG headliners have been announced for 2020’s The Big Feastival, taking place at Alex James’ farm for its ninth year, from Friday 28 August until Sunday 30 August 2020.

Headliners include Sigala on the Friday; Nile Rodgers and CHIC on the Saturday; and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man on the Sunday. With other names in the music line-up including Zara Larsson, Tom Walker, Maisie Peters, Reef, Max & Harvey, Norman Jay M.B.E, The Cuban Brothers, Duke and more.

Food and drink fans will get the chance to see live cooking demos and question and answer sessions with Marco Pierre White and Mark Hix this year.

Plus, the family friendly festival will also feature appearances from children’s favourites such as Justin Fletcher, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part V, Royal Shakespeare Company, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park.

For more information see The Big Feastival.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 26 February 2020

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