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Tickets on sale for The Big Feastival 2022

Weekend and camping tickets are now on sale for The Big Feastival 2022, which takes place from August 26-28.

The bank holiday extravaganza is set to return to Alex James' Cotswolds farm with an unparalleled line-up of music, food and family entertainment.

After the immensely successful return of The Big Feastival for its 10th anniversary edition less than two weeks ago, The Big Feastival have announced the release of 2022 camping and weekend tickets, bringing the perfect cure for the inevitable post-Feastival blues.

With tickets selling out weeks before the festival in 2021, now is the time to secure your 2022 tickets before they're gone, for a weekend full of good music, good food and good times.

This year's festival saw up to 20,000 festival-goers each day enjoying headliners Sigala, Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Rag'n'Bone Man alongside All Saints, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and many more.

Chefs included Mark Hix, Giz 'n' Greens, Nathan Outlaw and Matt Tebbutt and the UK's finest street food vendors offered culinary delights across the weekend.

Renowned as one of the UK's best family festivals, family entertainment included live performances from Children's TV Megastar Justin Fletcher, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Five and Andy and The Odd Socks. The three-day event on Alex James Farm provided the much-needed return of live music and entertainment to the Cotswolds.

Weekend and camping tickets for The Big Feastival 2022 are now available, as well as campervan pitches. Stay tuned for details on day passes and the 2022 line-up. The August Bank Holiday wouldn't be complete without a trip to the farm.

For more information and ticket details, go to https://thebigfeastival.com 

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