Big Feastival set to return to Alex James’ farm over the 2024 August bank holiday weekend


Big Feastival
Big Feastival has confirmed its return to the beautiful surroundings of Alex James’ Cotswold farm over the 2024 August bank holiday weekend.

Following a fun-packed weekend on Alex James’ Cotswold farm across the recent August bank holiday weekend, Big Feastival has confirmed its return to the beautiful surroundings of the Cotswolds next year for another extraordinary edition, promising good music, good food and good times.

Taking place from 23 to 25 August 2024, camping and weekend tickets for next year’s event are now on sale.

Big Feastival 2023 saw over 20,000 visitors a day enjoying a spectacular lineup across a multitude of stages, including main stage headliners Sigrid, Tom Grennan and Blossoms, as well as The Vaccines, Rick Astley and Melanie C.

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Elsewhere on the sprawling site, families were entertained by the Sundown Saloon sing-along sessions from The Dolly Parton Experience, along with an action-packed kids programme in the Big Top featuring first-class theatre shows.

Sensational chefs Asma Khan, Nathan Outlaw and Anna Haugh cooked up a storm on the Big Kitchen stage, while visitors also enjoyed mouth-watering dishes from some of the country’s most esteemed street food stars, offering a huge variety of culinary delights across the festival.

Big Feastival

Younger guests were entertained by live performances from Children’s TV Megastar Justin Fletcher, YolanDa’s Band Jam, a secret gem in the Hidden Hollow with Lizzie’s Way Nature Play, Silent Discos at The Exchange, Skateboard Sessions and ended their day with special guest bedtime stories before turning in for the night.

A host of celebrities also joined in the Big Feastival fun, including Simon Pegg, James Buckley, Josie Gibson, Ellie Taylor and Shaun Dooley.

Weekend and camping tickets for Big Feastival 2024 are on sale now, along with highly in-demand campervan pitches. Stay tuned for day passes and the 2024 lineup. The August bank holiday wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the farm.

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