Post-Glastonbury blues? We’ve got just the ticket!

Post-Glastonbury blues? We’ve got just the ticket!


There are now only 50 days to go until we transform the grounds of Alex James’ beautiful Cotswold abode into a festival wonderland for our 6th Big Feastival on the farm.

As you know, The Big Feastival is for ALL the family and we have crafted our biggest and best programme of all-round entertainment yet to prove it.

We also have some useful information on how to get to the festival, including the release of National Express Coach tickets, a shuttle bus service and festival parking passes.

If all this excitement is too much to resist…get in super quick as weekend camping tickets are seriously starting to dwindle.


Calling all young chefs!

The whole Feastival Fam unite over a love for food and cooking, so this year we calling on all talented young chefs in our hunt to find a #bigfeastivalrisingstar. If your child is 12 or under and fancies themselves as the next Rick Stein, Candice Brown or Nathan Outlaw then this is the competition for them!


Winners will get the ultimate prize of family camping tickets, food vouchers, funfair tokens and more. Watch the video for more information and to find out how to submit your entries over on our Facebook page



The Common Room

This year, we have a brand new chill-out area where teens can take over; The Common Room in association with BIC®, the stationery brand. On top of that BIC® has launched an amazing competition on the My BIC pen Facebook page and is on the hunt for talented young songwriters to give them a foot in the door of the music industry. And here’s the best part, the winning song will be performed on the main stage at The Big Feastival. Head to our website to find out more!


Tom Fool’s Tree House

Fancy trying something a little different this August? Step into the brand new Tom Fool’s Tree House and all will be revealed. This is a space where anything goes and we will be running a series of workshops and activities throughout the day for you all to come and try your hands at. From Reggaerobics and Ukulele workshops, to Disco Yoga and Swing Patrol…prepare to leave your inhibitions at the door!

Feastival Fun

Joining the likes of Children’s TV megastar Justin Fletcher, Dick and Dom, and Paw Patrol, we are thrilled to also reveal the full details of the Little Dudes’ Den, Workshop, Big Top, Crayons & Crafts and the Village Hall. To find out all of the fabulous new things going on this year, head to Feastival Fun pages of the website to start planning your weekends.



Getting to the festival

National Express will be providing a hassle free coach service for campers which picks you up from one of the following 12 pick-up locations: Bath, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester, London Victoria, Reading, Southampton, Swindon, Winchester & Worcester. The adult return fares start at £36 and child return fares are from £26 with a 25% discount for groups of 4 or more. For more information and to book click here.

For day visitors Pulham’s Coaches will be providing a shuttle bus service from the festival to Oxford via Chipping Norton each evening. More information can be found on our website.

For those planning on driving to the festival, parking passes are now available to download via our website. Please print the relevant pass and display it in the windscreen of your car.

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Post-Glastonbury blues? We’ve got just the ticket!