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 have all been added to the line-up for the 4th Big Feastival the two day family friendly event combining food and live music presented by Jamie Oliver and Alex James.
They join 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.
Between acoustic sessions, on The Bandstand in association with Say Yes to No, Reggae Aerobics will be on hand to get everyone moving, and on Saturday afternoon The Doctor’s Orders are in the house with the hip-hop heavy FUN DMC – the ultimate daytime block party for kids and parents alike!
Ultimate Power will be taking the crowd back to the 80's with a set list of nostalgic tunes to close the festival on Sunday.
Returning to 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 with food included in the ticket price and all kids can go free.
Host Jamie Oliver will be joined by a host of well known chefs including 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.
There will also be a brand new Healthy Living Zone, as well as family entertainment from the likes of CBeebies Justin Fletcher, Peppa Pig, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park and The Little Dudes’ Den.
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.
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