Udder Stage, Bandstand and final Main Stage acts revealed!
Amidst the ongoing battle of flip-flops versus raincoats, we have been putting the finishing touches to our music line-up with some great additions to our Main Stage bill. The Bandstand plays host to the the very best in festival entertainment and the Udder Stage will showcase a full programme of fresh and exciting new music.
Roland Gift from the Fine Young Cannibals, Seafret and one of this year’s hottest breakthrough artists Callum Beattie will be joining the likes of Mark Ronson, Foxes and Duke to get the festival off to a flying start on Friday.
Indie-favourites Reverend and the Makers will be with us on Saturday, along with Clean Cut Kid and hotly tipped young talent Zak Abel. These join previously announced Tinie Tempah, Ella Henderson, and many more.
On Sunday, Danny and The Champions of the World and April Towers will be getting the party started ahead of the Kaiser Chiefs, and Róisín Murphy. To start planning your weekend itinerary, head to our website to check out our full main stage line-up broken down by day.
The Udder Stage will be hosting its own stellar line-up of fresh talent and music from around the world. South African folk sensation Jeremy Loops will take to the stage along withKuenta i Tambú, whose super-crunk party tunes have been praised by music bible Rolling Stone.
Brand new for this year, Big Festival’s Got Talent will be on the hunt for our very own festival star – so get practicing! Meanwhile, social media sensations Showhawk Duo promise to bring the house down with their high-energy classic dance covers. Closing The Udder Stage on Sunday with a special guest DJ set will be none other than the brilliant DJ Yoda.
After the final performance each day, The Udder Stage will then host the hugely popular Silent Disco for feastival-goers to dance the night away under the stars. See the full line-up.
Over on the Bandstand, feel-good times will be had by all with our fresh new programme of musical entertainment. Friday will play host to the extraordinary talents of Duke – three voices, one guitar, and entirely born and bred in Cheltenham. That same day, Reggaerobics will be getting everyone hot in the coolest possible way with their bespoke mix of reggae and aerobics.
On Saturday, Gospeloke will be encouraging Feastival-goers to pick their favourite soulful song and belt it out with a full gospel-backing choir. Later that night, the Bandstand will host a special 90s House Party, winding back the years for everyone to enjoy.
On Sunday, Baby Loves Disco (a personal favourite of Feastival alumni Fat Boy Slim) will be breaking out dance anthems for the whole family, whilst showering the crowds with glitter, bubbles and face paint. Rounding off the weekend will be Ultimate Power, encouraging everyone to rock out to the very best power ballads of all time.
With acoustic acts each afternoon and daily sets from the legend DJ BBQ, there’s something on the musical menu for everyone this year.
Don’t forget to book your tickets to The Art of Dining’s ‘Fairy Tale Feast’ for a magical four course meal with a difference. Saturday is proving very popular so we recommend getting in quick with the Friday and Sunday sessions to guarantee you don’t miss out.
And last but not least, we can’t wait to reveal the full details of our Friday Night Supper Club. Tickets on sale and menu to be revealed soon!