MULTI-platinum selling pop singer Anne-Marie, 80s legends The Human League and stadium rockers Stereophonics have been revealed as headliners for this year’s Big Feastival.

The stars join an impressive line-up of talent announced today for the music and food event held on the farm of Blur bassist Alex James at Kingham, near Chipping Norton.

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Also playing the three-day event, which takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend, are Sugababes, Jake Bugg, Basement Jaxx, Gabrielle, Sam Ryder, Lola Young, Alfie Templeman, The Futureheads, The Sherlocks, The Lottery Winners, Duke, and annual favourites The Cuban Brothers.

Anne-Marie, who is perhaps best known for her vocals on Clean Bandit’s Rockabye alongside Jamaican star Sean Paul, made headlines, and won admiration, after her appearance at the Brit Awards on Monday night, when she dramatically fell down stairs on stage – but continued with her performance.

Witney Gazette: Stereophonics


The Human League, who formed in 1977, have sold more than 20 million records worldwide including classics Don’t You Want Me and Human.

Welsh Brit award-winning rockers Stereophonics have scored five consecutive UK No. 1 albums and 11 Top 10 singles.

Witney Gazette: Basement Jaxx

Basement Jaxx

Host Alex James said: “We’ve been busy building on last summer’s sold out festival and our strongest line up yet will bookend what promises to be an unforgettable summer of celebration.”

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And he promised more big names to come, saying: “This is just the tip of the iceberg. It’s best to book camping now to avoid disappointment. Roll on August bank holiday weekeRend.”

Camping, weekend and day tickets on sale now at


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