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- Aug 27 2021Aug272021Find ticketsUntil Aug 29 2021Alex James' Farm - KinghamThe Big Feastival 2021 - Weekend Camping
- Aug 27 2021Aug272021Find ticketsUntil Aug 29 2021Alex James' Farm - KinghamThe Big Feastival 2021 - Weekend No Camping
- Aug 27 2021Aug272021Find ticketsFri 11:00Alex James' Farm - KinghamThe Big Feastival 2021 - Friday
- Aug 28 2021Aug282021Find ticketsSat 10:00Alex James' Farm - KinghamThe Big Feastival 2021 - Saturday
- Aug 29 2021Aug292021Find ticketsSun 10:00Alex James' Farm - KinghamThe Big Feastival 2021 - Sunday
About The Big Feastival
Celebrating its ninth year, The Big Feastival will return to Alex James’ Farm on 28 – 30 August 2020.
If you like good food and great music, then this is the perfect event because it brings the two together. Headlining this year's edition will be platinum-selling DJ Sigala, king do disco royalty Nile Rodgers & CHIC and triple BRIT Award winner Rag'n'Bone Man; while taking to the culinary stage is none other than Marco Pierre White, the youngest and first British chef to be awarded three Michelin Stars, who is revered the world over for his trailblazing career.
Also on music line-up are performances by the likes of Swedish pop sensation Zara Larsson, British singer-songwriter Tom Walker, Brighton born pop singer-songwriter Maisie Peters, rock band Reef, pioneering DJ Norman Jay M.B.E as well as The Big Feastival favourites The Cuban Brothers, The X Factor: Celebrity runners-up Max & Harvey and local heroes Duke. Radio 2’s Jo Whiley and CBBC’s Lindsay Russell are confirmed to host the main stage.
Food will also be provided by Tom Brown, Matt Tebbutt, Anna Haugh, Merlin Labron-Johnson, Ellis Barrie, Olia Hercules, Simon Hulstone, Ching He Huang, Paul Dodd & Ed Hughes, Tart London, Omari Mcqueen, Kitty & Alex Tait from The Orange Bakery and many more.
A family-friendly festival, The Big Feastival has loads to keep the kids entertained including live entertainment from Children's TV Megastar Justin Fletcher, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Five and Roald Dahl and The Imagination Seekers. There will also be tree climbing, a farm park and children can take part in workshops with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
As well as family fun and entertainment, The Big Feastival continues to promise a live music and food experience like no other all hosted in the beautiful Cotswolds setting of Kingham.
Last updated: February, 2020