The Feeling, Badly Drawn Boy and more for The Big Feastival

UK: The Big Feastival – set to take place from August 28 – 30 on Alex James’ farm in The Cotswolds – has added The Feeling, Badly Drawn Boy, Heaven 17, a DJ set from Groove Armada, Dizzee Rascal and Paloma Faith to this year’s line-up.

The food and music festival has also announced a plethora of rising stars in an attempt to champion emerging talent. Joining established acts on the Main Stage will be breakthrough artist Rae Morris, London-based quartet Flyte, Irish pop duo Hudson Taylor and rockabilly siblings the Ruen Brothers.

The Main Stage music line-up so far is as follows:

Friday 28: Groove Armada (DJ Set), Cuban Brothers, Norman Jay M.B.E, Heaven 17, Flyte

Saturday 29: Dizzee Rascal, Example & DJ Wire, Ella Eyre, Grandmaster Flash, Hudson Taylor, Duke

Sunday 30: Paloma Faith, The Feeling ft. Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Roots Manuva, Maxi Jazz, Rae Morris, Badly Drawn Boy, Ruen Brothers

Other musical treats at The Big Feastival will come in the form of a jam-packed Udder Stage that features Jake Isaac, Booka Brass Band, Rive, Object Object, Grace Savage, Pocket Club, Folk Idol and the City Shanty Band. By night, the tent will transform into a silent disco.

Top chefs and the best in children’s entertainment will also feature at this year’s Big Feastival.

The chef programme includes Raymond Blanc, Monica Galetti, Nathan Outlaw, Ashley Palmer-Watts, Mark Hix, Gizzi Erskine, The Fabulous Baker Brothers Tom & Henry Herbert and Gennaro Contaldo. There will also be a brand new Healthy Living Zone starring Deliciously Ella, plus other healthy-eating trendsetters 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.

For further information, check out The Big Feastival’s official website.