Now in its 7th year, The Big Feastival is a unique festival experience that blends top musicians with the best food you can think of, along with entertainment to keep the kids thoroughly entertained from morning to night.
Hosted on Alex’s James’ farm nestled in the Cotswolds, you won’t be disappointed with the music line up with Basement Jaxx, Craig David and Paloma Faith headlining the weekend.
Down in the Cotswolds, Alex James is opening up his farm for a bank holiday weekend like no other. Think amazing food created by top chefs, coupled with top name musicians and an array children’s entertainment. The Big Feastival is set to top off the summer holidays in style – roll on the bank holiday weekend.
The countdown is on. With less than 50 sleeps until Boomtown 2017, we are very excited to see what Chapter 9 of the story has in store.
If you read our last feature, you’ll be pretty clued up about what Boomtown has to offer, being one of the UK’s most innovative independent festivals. Boomtown leads the way in terms of set design and production values, offering its 60,000 attendees a fully immersive, theatrically-led experience.
Just So Festival is a curious place for a two year old and the perfect place to experience our first ever eco family festival.
We arrived at Rode Hall in Cheshire on Friday morning; after a short queue of traffic we pitched our tent and hung up our bunting. If the memories of Glastonbury have put you off festival camping, then let me assure you there is space a plenty and the toilets and showers were the cleanest we have ever seen.
Whilst the British weather appears to be more indecisive than a woman in a shoe store (or in my case a bakery shop), here at Hello Eco Living we are resolute in bringing you the latest news on the summer eco-festival front.