Tinie Tempah and winner of last year’s Great British Bake Off Nadiya Hussein are among more headline acts announced for a summer festival.
The Big Feastival takes place from August 26 to 28 and the two will join a wide array of top names already announced from the worlds of food and music.
Tinie Tempah released his debut album Disc-Overy in October 2010 which included two British number one singles Pass Out and Written in the Stars.
The album charted at number one and was certified platinum a year after its release.
In February 2011, he won two Brit Awards for Best British Breakthrough Act and Best British Single.
More recently, he released the first single from his upcoming third album Not Letting Go which gave him his sixth UK number one.
The last year has been a rollercoaster for Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussein who won the series which ended in October 2015 and was watched by millions of people.
Since winning the competition, she has made occasional appearances as a guest host on the ITV show Loose Women, and has acted as a reporter for the BBC’s The One Show.
She has also signed up to release a cookery and baking book which will be published in June.
Other music acts announced for the festival include DJ Mark Ronson and indie rock legends Kaiser Chiefs. Also appearing will be pop stars Foxes, Ella Henderson and Scottish brothers The Proclaimers. BBC Radio broadcaster Jo Whiley will be hosting on the main stage of the festival.
The chef line-up also welcomes critically acclaimed chefs Cyrus Todiwala and Dan Doherty, nutritionalist and health food pioneer Madeleine Shaw and the one and only DJ BBQ with his unique brand of ‘catertainment’ bringing meat and music to the masses.
Jamie Oliver, Tom Kerridge, Raymond Blanc, Gennaro Contaldo and the Fabulous Baker Brothers are also appearing.
For more information and to purchase tickets in advance visit www.thebigfeastival.com.