The Big Feastival confirms headliners Becky Hill and Snow Patrol for Alex James' summer 2024 festival

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24 Jan 2024, 11:00

Big Feastival confirms headliners Becky Hill and Snow Patrol for Alex James' summer 2024 festival

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Anyone hungry for some festival fun? The Big Feastival has revealed its music line-up for 2024 including headliners Becky Hill and Snow Patrol to celebrate its 13th year.

Other acts announced today for the Cotswolds-based spectacle include Cian Ducrot, Natasha Bedingfield, Cat Burns, Kate Nash, Ash, Ella Henderson, Joel Corry, CMAT, Kate Nash, Jalen Ngonda, Scouting For Girls, The Cuban Brothers and The Florentinas, with more to come including Saturday’s headliner.

The M&S sponsored event is held at Kingham, The Cotswolds on August Bank Holiday weekend on 23rd-25th, hosted at Blur bassist, Alex James’, farm, featuring huge music acts, gastronomy’s biggest stars, the UK’s best street food, culinary based activities and family entertainment.

Blur's Alex James said: “I’m so excited for Big Feastival 2024, every year the festival gets bigger and better. We already have a stellar music line-up with so much more still to announce. This is the ideal way to spend your August bank holiday weekend, with friends, family and plenty on offer to keep everyone entertained. See you all on the farm.”

Natasha Bedingfield's 2004 classic Unwritten has re-entered the UK Top 20 again after featuring in rom-com Anyone But You starring Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell. It has popped back into the charts for the first time in 19 years at Number 18.

The I Bruise Easily singer reacted to its resurgence on TikTok: "I’ve had songs in movies before but this time I really love the way it’s been used in such a special way that it makes you feel joyful."

Natasha continued: "People are actually singing it as they leave the theatre! Over the years Unwritten has somehow become an anthem to sing at the top of your lungs. This makes me the happiest girl in the world."

Last year's Big Feastival saw Norwegian pop sensation Sigrid headlining the Friday night and Little Bit of Love singer Tom Grennan taking to the stage on Saturday.

Sunday night featured UK indie-rock band Blossoms with pop sensation Rick Astley, The Vaccines and former Spice Girl Melanie C.

Camping and weekend tickets are on sale now available at