A music and food festival in the Cotswolds is returning this year with a huge line-up. 

The Big Feastival is the brainchild of Blur bassist Alex James and describes itself as like 'Glastonbury but with lots more delicious food'.

Now in its 13th year the event hosted at James' farm only an hour away from Swindon, is bringing several huge musical acts to within easy driving distance of the town. 

Acts announced include headliners Becky Hill and Snow Patrol alongside Cat Burns, Cian Ducrot, Natasha Bedingfield, Kate Nash and Ash.

Camping and weekend tickets are on sale now available at www.thebigfeastival.com

Host 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.”

Becky Hill headlines Friday, with Joel Corry, Ash, Natasha Bedingfield, 86 TVs, Nell Mescal, Circa Waves and Ernie joining her.

On Saturday Cat Burns, Cian Ducrot, Jax Jones, Kate Nash, Panic Shack and the Cuban Brothers will be performing and then Ministry of Sound Classical is headlining. 

And on Sunday, Snow Patrol top the bill and they are joined by Johnny Marr, Ella Henderson, CMAT, Jalen Ngonda, Scouting for Girls and The Florentinas.