The Big Feastival Puts on Incredible Show with Record Numbers!

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2015 marked The Big Feastival’s best event to date with weekend tickets sold out well in advance! Festival Organisers IMG were thrilled with an attendance of 55,000 across three days, as Alex James and Jamie Oliver played host to the fourth edition

Over the Bank Holiday weekend, festival-goers enjoyed a jam-packed music line-up with headline acts Paloma Faith, Dizzee Rascal and Groove Armada (DJ set) lighting up the main stage each evening as the sun cast a gorgeous orange hue over Alex James’ farm. Foodies watched on as top chefs like Jamie Oliver, Monica Galetti, Nathan Outlaw and Mark Hix took to The AEG Big Kitchen stageand indulged in delicious street food and healthy alternatives courtesy of the brand new Healthy Living Zone. The Big Feastival would not have been complete without a brilliant children’s entertainment programme with the likes of CBeebies Superstar Justin Fletcher, Swashbuckle’s Cook & Line, Peppa Pig, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park and fun and games in The Big Top, Village Green and Little Dudes’ Den.

The Big Feastival 2015 was a star-studded affair with a number of celebrity guests across the weekend, including supermodel Kate Moss, fashionista Millie Mackintosh and husband Professor Green, presenters Laura Whitmore and Caroline Flack along with presenter Amanda Holden and pal, former F1 driver David Coulthard and actor Jeremy Irvine to name a few. They enjoyed the live music, festival food and all that Big Feastival has to offer.

As the dust settles on another fantastic year, IMG are delighted to announce that The Big Feastival 2016 will take place from Friday 26 – Sunday 28 August, returning to Alex James’ Farm in the Cotswolds for its fifth year. A limited number of Early Bird Tickets will go on sale at midday, Thursday 3 September - visit the website and book early to avoid disappointment!

Published on 03 September 2015 by Ben Robinson

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