Kids / 26 July, 2022 / Ellie Thompson
Big Feastival 2022 kicks off in just under one month’s time, bringing a world-class line-up of music, chef and family entertainment to Alex James’s farm in the Cotswolds. Have you got your tickets yet?
Big Feastival, proudly presented by M&S Food is back, on 26th – 28th August. A festival renowned for its family focus, you’ll find an outstanding line-up ready to entertain even the littlest of festival-goers. The main stage will play host to Children’s TV Megastar Justin Fletcher MBE and Andy & the Odd Socks. And you’ll find Emmy-award-winning puppy siblings Bluey and Bingo and Julia Donaldson’s accident-prone dragon Zog up to hi-jinks and mischief aplenty in the Little Dude’s Den.
Kids and adults alike can learn bushcraft and build dens at the Hidden Hollow, and the Crafty Corner on the Village Green will feature a variety of crafts for the whole family to enjoy. Wind down at the BBC CBeebies Bedtime Stories stage. Some of the UK’s most loved stars and entertainers will be on hand to recreate the iconic BBC CBeebies show for a special stories treat!
This summer’s Big Feastival 2022 boasts an incredible line-up, including Anne-Marie, Sugababes, and Sam Ryder. Synth-pop icons The Human League kick off the festival’s festivities on Friday night while UK rock royalty Stereophonics will close the festival on Sunday night with an anthemic performance set to stun.
The BBC Music Introducing Stage will play host to a wealth of rising stars across the weekend, showcasing the very best music across the country, after a hugely successful debut year at the festival in 2021.
Big Feastival is not just about the music. There’s a delicious line-up of foodies and chefs, so you definitely won’t go hungry! Topping the bill this year will be Clare Smyth MBE, Junior Bake Off judge Ravneet Gill and the mastermind behind Wahaca, Thomasina Miers, inspiring the masses with mouth-watering cooking demos.
Brand new for 2022, The Smokery is set to offer the ultimate country and western fix for festival goers. The area will be home to the new Sundown Saloon stage, which will play host to a mix of brilliant live performances from some of Britain’s finest Americana and Blues artists. The Smokery will also host the iconic Feast On The Farm, where foodies can treat themselves to a fine rustic dining experience with a not-to-be-missed menu.
The legendary Cheese Hub will also see stellar DJ sets from some of the nation’s best acts whilst The Bandstand will see lots of classic Feastival fun. They’ll be drag queen appearances, a 90s Pop vs Rave party and swing dancing sessions!
Get in on the action for the most fun-filled weekend of the summer! Day tickets start from £85.00 and children under 12 go free. Camping tickets are limited, so book now at www.thebigfeastival.com.