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The Big Feastival

Big Feastival, proudly presented by M&S Food, returns to the Cotswolds this summer from 26 – 28 August 2022.

Back with a bang for its eleventh year, the Bank Holiday Weekend festival hosted at Alex James’ Farm is renowned for delivering incredible live music, critically acclaimed chefs, award-winning street food and an unrivalled programme of family entertainment.

Expect to sing along at the top of your voice to the first class musical line up on our main stage, dance the night away at our family silent disco, catch awesome DJ sets from some of your favourite names at the Cheese Hub, along with countless stand out performances across the several musical stages to explore across the farm.

You will be spoilt for choice with the decadent dining at the festival. Supper clubs, street food and delicious pop-ups mean there is something for everyone!

Alex James’ Farm, The Cotswolds - 26-28 August

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