The Udder Stage & Bandstand line-up plus AEG Let’s Taste Live Cooking info!
Psst…shall we let you in on a little secret? The Big Feastival is just a week away! If you haven’t got your ticket yet, Friday and Saturday tickets are still available but selling fast so get in quick!
With an amazing line-up of acts added to the bill on The Udder Stage and The Bandstand, plus fantastic recipes just revealed for AEG Let’s Taste Live Cooking school we can’t wait to get this party started!
Each afternoon, The Udder Stage will host a showcase of the very best in new music.
On Friday, South-East London singer/songwriter Andreya Triana will headline the Udder Stage, performing her UK chart-topping hits with the likes of eight-piece Dublin-based Booka Brass Band gracing the stage earlier in the day.
Those looking for a toe-tapping beat should check out Voodoo Love Orchestra on Saturday, who promise to get the crowd going with their swing street music. While you’re there, check out BBC Introducing-backed band Tors, as well as electro indie duo Rive.
Hearts will melt when one of Paloma’s favourites, Jake Isaac takes to the stage on Sunday night. Earlier on, you won’t want to miss UK Beatbox Champion Grace Savage, and the ever-engaging Folk Idol, where festivalgoers are invited to don beards and cover their favourite folk songs.
Showcasing up-and-coming talent during the day with singer/ songwriters including I am Harlequin, Emily Auldyn, Kerri Watt and Josh Newell–Brown, The Bandstand in association with Say Yes to No is the perfect place to sit back, relax and soak up the festival atmosphere.
Between acoustic sessions, Reggae Aerobics will be on hand to get everyone moving, and on Saturday afternoon The Doctor’s Orders are in the house with the hip-hop heavy FUN DMC – the ultimate daytime block party for kids and parents alike!
Ultimate Power will be taking us back to the 80’s with a set list of nostalgic tunes to close the festival on Sunday.
Make sure you don’t miss out on AEG’s fabulous hands-on cooking features at The Big Feastival. Steve Brown, from The Cookery School at Daylesford, will be rustling up tasty dishes in the AEG Let’s Taste Live Cooking tent: from scrumptious courgette, broad bean and feta frittata to seared sirloin beef and warm cherry pudding.
And if you’re bringing the kids, then why not head to the AEG Family Kitchen? Here children can cook mouth-watering lamb kofte burgers under the guidance of Gluts & Gluttony’s talented chef, Kathy Slack.