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Big Feastival announces first wave of acts for 2024

Big Feastival announces first wave of acts for 2024

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The Big Feastival, brought to you by M&S Food, is back in the Cotswolds this summer from August 23rd to 25th. With a fantastic music lineup, this event marks its 13th year as a bank holiday extravaganza. Set on Blur bassist Alex James’ farm, it offers a unique blend of amazing live music, renowned chefs, award-winning food, and an unmatched range of family entertainment.

Acts announced today include headliners Becky Hill and Snow Patrol alongside Cat Burns, Cian Ducrot, Natasha Bedingfield, Kate Nash and Ash. Camping and weekend tickets are on sale now available at www.thebigfeastival.com

The host, Alex James, expressed enthusiasm for Big Feastival 2024, stating that the festival continues to grow and improve each year. He mentioned a fantastic music lineup already confirmed, with more surprises yet to be revealed. It is described as the perfect way to enjoy the August bank holiday weekend, offering entertainment for all, and invites everyone to join on the farm.

On Friday night, Becky Hill, one of the UK’s most successful musicians, will be the headliner at Big Feastival. She made her breakthrough in 2014 with the chart-topping single “Gecko (Overdrive)” alongside Oliver Heldens. Since then, she has garnered two BRIT Awards and released numerous hit singles such as “Back & Forth” with Jonas Blue, “Wish You Well” with Sigala, “Crazy What Love Can Do” with David Guetta and Ella Henderson, “I Could Get Used To This” with Weiss, and “My Heart Goes (La Di Da)” with Topic.

On Sunday night, Snow Patrol will conclude the festival on a high note. The band achieved mainstream success in 2007 with their number one album “Eyes Open,” the best-selling UK album of that year. Their hit single “Chasing Cars” dominated the charts for an impressive 166 weeks and became the most played song of the 21st century on UK Radio. Since then, Snow Patrol has released four more top five albums, generating numerous top 20 singles such as “Run,” “You’re All I Have,” “Signal Fire,” “Take Back The City,” and “Just Say Yes.”

Cat Burns, a triple Brit Award nominee and singer-songwriter, will join the line-up with her viral TikTok hit “Go,” which reached number two on the UK singles chart. Cian Ducrot, an Irish singer-songwriter whose single “All For You” became a TikTok sensation in 2022, will also grace the main stage. Ella Henderson, known for her powerful vocals, will perform crowd favorites like “Ghost,” “Let’s Go Home Together,” and “React.” Dance superstar Joel Corry, famous for hits such as “Sorry,” “Lonely,” “Head & Heart,” “Bed,” and “Out Out,” will also take the stage. Natasha Bedingfield is expected to lead a mass singalong with “Unwritten” and “These Words,” while Kate Nash will thrill the crowd with her iconic hit “Foundations” and more. Other confirmed acts include Irish singer-songwriter CMAT, soul and R&B performer Jalen Ngonda, and Irish rockers Ash. Indie heroes Scouting For Girls, upcoming Irish four-piece The Florentinas, and festival favorites The Cuban Brothers will also entertain the crowd.

Big Feastival is set to unveil additional music acts, including the headliner for Saturday. Stay tuned for an exceptional lineup featuring renowned gastronomy stars, top-notch UK street food, a wide range of culinary activities, and outstanding family entertainment in the upcoming weeks.

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With so much more yet to be announced this year’s Big Feastival promises to be the most fun-filled weekend of the summer. For full information on the programme so far and to purchase tickets, visit: www.thebigfeastival.com

Big Feastival stage night

Location

The Big Feastival takes place on Alex James’ Farm, located near Kingham in Oxfordshire. The farm is just a short walk from Kingham Station and is situated in the Cotswolds, approximately 4 miles southwest of Chipping Norton. It can be reached from London Paddington in just 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Current tier ticket prices

Starting from January 24th, 2024, prices may increase due to the depletion of available tiers.

Weekend with camping

Adult Camping Ticket (18+): £209.00 (+ booking fee)
Teen Camping Ticket (13-17): £128.00 (+ booking fee)
Child Camping Ticket (12 and under): £54.00 (+ booking fee)

Weekend without camping

Adult Weekend Ticket (18+): £178.00 (+ booking fee)
Teen Weekend Ticket (13-17): £106.00 (+ booking fee)
Child Weekend Ticket (12 and under): £45.00 (+ booking fee)

Big Feastival sign and helter skelter
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