The Big Feastival, presented by Jamie Oliver, returns again as a three day family friendly event combining food from some of the country's top chefs with a top drawer selection live music acts. The Big Feastival this year takes place at Alex James' farm in Chipping Norton over three days from Friday 28th until Sunday 30th August 2015.
The Big Feastival will be raising funds for Jamie Oliver's Better Food Foundation to help change the lives of disadvantaged young people. Think village fete with a music festival vibe, the event offers a weekend out for the entire family, and all kids can go free.
Latest additions are Andreya Triana, The Lottery Winners, Carmody, Lewis & Leigh, Voodoo Love Orchestra, Duke, Tors, Rachael Dadd, I Am Harlequin, Emily Auldyn, Kerri Watt, and Josh Newell-Brown .
Dizzee Rascal, Example & DJ Wire, The Feeling featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Heaven 17, Rae Morris, Badly Drawn Boy, Flyte, Hudson Taylor, and Ruen Brothers, Paloma Faith, Groove Armada (DJ set), Ella Eyre, Grandmaster Flash, The Cuban Brothers, Norman Jay, Duke, Roots Manuva, Maxi Jazz, The Big Feastival Choir, Vangoffey, JP Cooper, Johnny Borrell & Zazou, The Beach, Iris Gold, Craig Ogden, Jake Isaac, Booka Brass Band, Grace Savage, Pocket Club, Folk Idol, City Shanty Band, Silent Disco, plus this year’s Main Stage host will be Miquita Oliver.
For the line-up details as available see the Big Feastival line-up page.
The culinary line-up joining host Jamie Oliver in the Big Kitchen includes Raymond Blanc, Monica Galetti, Nathan Outlaw, Mark Hix, Gizzi Erskine, Natasha Corrett, Mitch Tonks, Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube Stars, Anna Jones, John Quilter and The Happy Pear, Ashley Palmer-Watts, The Fabulous Baker Brothers Tom & Henry Herbert, Gennaro Contaldo, Emily Watkin, Olia Hercules, Steven Lamb, James Lowe, Gennaro Contaldo, Richard Burr, Deliciously Ella, Hemsley + Hemsley, and former Fifteen Graduates.
Only day tickets (not including booking fees) for Friday and Saturday are available priced at £45 for adults, £20 for teens, and free for the under 12s.
The following have sold out:
WEEKEND TICKETS WITH CAMPING
Standard adult weekend camping ticket: £150
Standard teen weekend camping ticket: £75
Under 12s weekend camping ticket: £20
WEEKEND TICKETS NO CAMPING
Standard adult weekend no camping ticket: £125
Standard teen weekend no camping ticket: £65
Under 12s weekend ticket: FREE
The Big Feastival will be raising funds for Jamie Oliver's Better Food Foundation to help change the lives of disadvantaged young people. Think village fete with a music festival vibe, the event offers a weekend out for the entire family with food included in the ticket price and all kids can go free.
The Workshop will host The British Film Institute who are ready to entertain budding movie-makers of all ages, while The Royal Shakespeare Company will be celebrating their forthcoming winter family production, Wendy & Peter Pan, with interactive storytelling, arts and crafts.
Super Cape-Abilities will be transforming little ones into fully fledged Superheroes and the Far Out Workshops team will offer arts sessions for all ages making colourful woven teepees, willow and paper mache lanterns and screenprints.
The Village Green
New this year is the Village Green which will play host to the inaugural Village Green Games. Expect water bomb shot put, tug of wars, egg and spoon races and much more, all courtesy of kid's entertainers Sharky and George. Elsewhere, little pirates and tinkerbells can visit the colourful PAN hideout, where all the family can enjoy a taste of Neverland, as seen in the new movie.
Expect a main outdoor stage, Big Top, Fete Games, Dressing-Up Tent, Gardening Area, Dance Competitions, Petting Farm, Tractor Rides, Little Dudes’ Den, The Big Top, Pirate School, Village Green, Heathly Living Zone, AEG Big Kitchen, Weber Grill Academy On Tour, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park, and workshops and demonstrations.
The Big Feastival, has announced two exclusive dining experiences for this year. The Friday Night Supper Club will take place on Friday 28 August and The Art of Dining’s ‘Gone Camping’ will host daily feasts at the festival. There will also be family feasts.
More information will be here when available.
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