More news about The Big Feastival line-up has been released, including an appearance by the Swedish pop sensation, Zara Larsson.

Zara has had a string of top ten hits, both as a solo artist and a featured artist including Lush Life, Never Forget You and the massive number one hit Symphony with Clean Bandit.

Tom Walker will also be joining the bill: the British singer-songwriter had an incredible year last year with a debut number one album and top ten singles Just You And I and Leave a Light On.

Brighton born pop singer-songwriter Maisie Peters, Rock Band Reef, pioneering DJ of Soul, Disco, Funk and Hip Hop Norman Jay M.B.E, Big Feastival favourites The Cuban Brothers, The X Factor: Celebrity runners up Max and Harvey and local heroes Duke are also set to perform. Radio 2’s Jo Whiley and CBBC’s Lindsay Russell are confirmed to host the main stage.

But it's not all about music. What about the food that puts the feast into the festival?

The Big Feastival has also revealed the acclaimed chefs that will be bringing their awe-inspiring masterclasses to the culinary stages.

There’s no chef more renowned than Marco Pierre White, the youngest and first British chef to be awarded three Michelin Stars, who is revered the world over for his trailblazing career.

Mark Hix is also confirmed: the celebrated chef, restaurateur and food writer has been at the forefront of British Gastronomy for 17 years and earnt an MBE in 2017 for his services to hospitality.

Also taking to the Big Kitchen stage is Asma Khan, named number one on Business Insider’s 2019 list of 100 Coolest People in Food and Drink: the Indian-born British chef is famed for her refined Indian dishes.

She was the first British Chef to star in Netflix’s award-winning Chef’s Table and owns Soho’s Darjeeling Express restaurant.

The Big Feastival runs this year at Alex James's farm in the Cotswolds from August 28 to August 30.

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