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The Big Feastival is set to return in August 2020 and will once again feature a huge line-up packed with world class music, food and family entertainment.
Now in its ninth year, Blur’s Alex James hosts the event on his Cotswolds farm this August Bank Holiday, from 28 – 30 August 2020.
Alex comments: “This is now our ninth Big Feastival and I can’t wait to welcome everyone back to the farm. It is such a thrill to see how the festival develops and evolves each year and I have no doubt 2020 will be bigger and better than ever.”
The festival will welcome the BRIT-nominated DJ Sigala on headline duties on Friday night, for a set packed to the rafters with hits such as Wish You Well, Came Here For Love and Just Got Paid.
Headlining The Big Feastival on Saturday night will be the legendary Nile Rodgers & Chic, responsible for timeless hits such as I Want Your Love, Le Freak and Good Times.
Bringing the festival to a close in style on the Sunday will be the BRIT Award-winning Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, whose debut album Human was released to huge critical acclaim and commercial success in 2017.
The festival is also set to welcome performances across the weekend from the likes of Swedish pop superstar Zara Larsson, Leave A Light On hitmaker Tom Walker, Brighton pop maker Maisie Peters, rockers Reef, and loads more.
Renowned for attracting the best cooking talent, The Big Feastival will once again host awe-inspiring masterclasses from the world’s greatest chefs across its culinary stages.
2020 will see the trailblazing Marco Pierre-White appear at the festival, who famously became the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars.
Other chefs set to take to the stage include the Indian-Born British Chef Asma Khan, who recently starred in Netflix’s Chef’s Table, Tom Brown, the chef behind AA’s 2019 restaurant of the year; Hackney’s Cornerstone, Matt Tebbut, who presents BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped, and Anna Haugh, the Dublin-born chef to has worked with the likes of Gordon Ramsey and Shane Osborn.
The festival also boasts a wide-ranging family entertainment programme. Children’s TV megastar Justin Fletcher is set to appear on the main stage and there will also be a performance from Horrible Histories, who will present their latest show Barmy Britain Part V direct from the West End.
The event also features interactive storytelling and games from the Royal Shakespeare Company and Roald Dahl And The Imagination Seekers.
Check out the full line-up so far below:
The Big Feastival 2020 will be headlined by Sigala, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man.
Hosted by Jo Whiley and Linsey Russell
Day to be announced
Tickets for The Big Feastival 2020 are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.