THE team behind west Oxfordshire's festival of music and food, The Big Feastival, have announced a clutch of high-profile additions to the line-up to this summer's event.
The biggest names are indie-dance crossover act Faithless, who will present a DJ set, Ella Eyre, Embrace, Congo Natty and ska legends The Skatalites.
They join Olly Murs, Hacienda Classical, Madness and Louisa Johnson on the bill at Blur bassist Alex James's Kingham farm, from August 25-27.
On the culinary side, the talent includes chef and TV personality Gizzi Erskine, Romy's Kitchen founder Romy Gill and Italian restaurateur Gennaro Contaldo.
Also getting stuck in will be radio and TV presenter Fearne Cotton – now getting a name for herself as a cookbook author - and The Clean Beauty Girls. They accompany previously announced top chefs such as Rick Stein, Antonio Carluccio and Nathan Outlaw.
While many of the Feastival's favourites will be back, there will be a few additions, with the addition of chill-out area called The Common Room – billed as a paradise for teens with table tennis, air hockey and special workshops to inspire and entertain.
There will also be workshops on everything from ukulele playing to laughing yoga.
The site's Street Food Alley also ups the ante with the likes of Burger & Beyond and vegan masters Feral Food Store among the stalls.
Tickets are on sale from ticketmaster.co.uk/thebigfeastival