The Big Feastival is the ultimate food and music festival for all the family, held on the legendary Blur bassist Alex James' farm in the Cotswolds.
The festival combines a diverse musical lineup with an incredible spread of culinary delights, including sessions from Michelin star chefs, as well as street food caterers to whet every appetite.
There's also a wide range of other activities to keep the little ones entertained, from tree climbing and arts and craft workshops, to the funfair and the chance for the children to meet their TV heroes.
Please visit thebigfeastival.com/ for more information.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
The Human League
Formed in the late 1970s by Sheffield-based computer programmers Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware, The Human League evolved into one of the seminal '80s electro pop bands. Fronted by former hospital porter, Philip Oakey, and featuring Susan Ann Sulley and Joanne Catherall, the band went on to record some of the most influential songs of the decade.
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Bolstering her place in pop’s hot property with her female-forward hits and co-signed to Major Toms/Asylum, former 3 x world karate champion Anne-Marie has collaborated with a wealth of household names over her career to date including Rudimental, a band whom she toured the world with as their lead vocalist for two years, and Clean Bandit. Her joint single with Clean Bandit and Sean Paul, 'Rockabye', topped the charts in 8 countries including the UK, while in 2018 she notched up hits in the UK at no.4 and 5 respectively with 'Friends' and '2002' and her debut album 'Speak Your Mind' reached no.3.
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Welsh legends, Stereophonics, stormed into the public eye in the 90s with their blend of alt rock and soulful pop. Almost three decades on, Kelly Jones and company continue to deliver their combination of energetic pop hooks and bittersweet lyrical storytelling to the delight of an adoring audience.
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A three-piece pop group whose members were all under 17 when they first hit the charts. From their chart smash reworking of the Gary Numan classic Freak Like Me which got their first No 1 which also earned them a Q Award for Best Single, Sugababes have turned into one of the most influential British pop groups of the 21st century. Infamously known for their several line-up changes, previous band members were Jade Ewen, Heidi Range and Amelle Berrabah. But now, Sugababes have returned with their original lineup of Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy.
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Jake Bugg's incredible ascent began in 2012 when his self-titled debut album entered the UK charts at number one (aged 18, making him the youngest British male artist ever to achieve this), going on to sell double platinum and get shortlisted for the UK Mercury Music Prize. And with three further UK Top 10 albums, it seems his fans have still got the bug for his music.
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Basement Jaxx (DJ Set)
Electronic dance duo Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe have come a long way from the regular nights held in Brixton. The Glastonbury-headlining, three-million-album-selling, Brit and Grammy-winning maestros of global house and big beats continue to deliver.
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