Returning to the Cotswolds for its 13th year this August bank holiday, Big Feastival has revealed its final headliners for 2024.
Taking place at Blur bassist Alex James’s expansive farm in Kingham, the music and food fest is on from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 August 2024 and promises to be an unmissable summer highlight.
Considered the 'Glastonbury of the Cotswolds', this year’s Big Feastival headliners include The Voice UK sensation Becky Hill on Friday evening; Ministry of Sound Classical headlining on Saturday; with UK alternative-rock band Snow Patrol bringing the festival to a close on Sunday night — plus Circa Waves, Johnny Marr, Jax Jones, Scouting for Girls, Ella Henderson, Joel Corry and Natasha Bedingfield also appearing on the line-up.
Just as much about food as music, Big Feastival's culinary headliners include the completely self-taught, two-Michelin-starred chef, Raymond Blanc; mother-daughter duo Andi and Miquita Oliver; and highly decorated pastry chef Cherish Finden who's best known for starring as a formidable judge on Channel 4's Bake Off: The Professionals.
Plus, foodies can see Jack Stein showcasing his cookery demos; award-winning chef, author and presenter Max La Manna; low-ingredient baker Fitwaffle; Greek-Cypriot cook Georgina Hayden; 'The Nigella of Wine' Hannah Crosbie; comedian-turned-chef George Egg aka the ‘Snack Hacker’; recipe-developer Meliz Berg; self-crowned Potato Queen and internet sensation Poppy O'Toole; and south London cook Sophie Wyburd, too.
Finally, family entertainment at the Big Feastival this summer includes children’s TV megastar Justin Fletcher; appearances from much-loved characters like Bluey and Bingo; as well as circus school; family raves; and Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park animals will be back again.
Weekend, camping and day tickets are all on sale now, with prices starting from £93.50 per person.
For more information, or to book, visit thebigfeastival.com.