New chefs announced with 1 week to go!
The wait is almost over… Only 1 week to go until The Big Feastival opens its gates and we can hardly contain our excitement!
We’re down to our final few Camping Tickets so if you haven’t done so already, click here to secure your spot. Weekend and Day Tickets are still available but selling fast so book today to avoid disappointment.
With our biggest music and entertainment line-up to date, plus an incredible selection of food and drink experts ready to tantalize your tastebuds, this year promises to be our best yet.
Who’s excited? We can’t wait!
More chefs announced!
Joining us in The AEG Big Kitchen…
Daisy Lowe has starred in major fashion campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Agent Provocateur, and has just launched her first cookery book – Sweetness & Light, which is the result of her journey to discover the craft of baking guilt-free delicious treats.
Making a welcome return to Feastival, Grain Store chef Bruno Loubet will not only be hitting the stage, but will take the humble bacon roll to new heights with the launch of his food truck venture, Le Swine, parking up for the first time in our campsite.
Finally, don’t miss Alex James and his mate Matt Stone share some foodie tips and behind-the-scenes tales from their latest TV series, Recipes that Rock II. This gourmet travel series follows Alex and Australian rock’n’roll chef, Matt, on a roadtrip through Western Australia and you can hear all about it and catch them both in action on Saturday afternoon.
Pre-order your Feastival Event Guide!
Our Big Feastival Event Guide is now available to pre-order to be ready for you to collect upon arrival at The Big Feastival. This essential piece of kit includes the full Feastival schedule, map of the site and a whole bunch of other useful info.
Also, take a look at our range of Big Feastival merchandise, which guarantees to complete your festival look.
Ready, Steady, Cook!
This year, we are thrilled to have Daylesford Organic joining AEG to run the AEG Cooking Club.
Head Tutor, Steve Brown, will host a series of Induction and Steam cookery classes for visitors to get hands on and learn to cook healthy, seasonal dishes.
For budding chefs, the team from Jamie Oliver’s Kitchen Garden Project will also be on hand running kids classes with produce fresh from The Potato Patch.
Little ones can cook up delights such as ‘Bombay Roasties & Simple Green Salad’ using a little know-how and Jamie Oliver’s Wood Fired Ovens.