Published: 07:00, 13 August 2019
| Updated: 07:05, 13 August 2019
Are your thoughts already turning to the end of the summer holidays and getting the kids back to school?
Don't despair just yet - there's still time to squeeze in one more festival, and there's an ideal family-friendly option just a couple of hours from Kent.
The Big Feastival returns over the August Bank Holiday, taking place as always at the Cotswolds farm of Blur star Alex James.
Rudimental and Elbow headline the Friday and Sunday nights, whilst Saturday presents another chance to see Jess Glynne after illness forced her to cancel her Rochester Castle Concerts gig.
Other acts on the bill include Lewis Capaldi, Britpop favourites Sleeper, Jonas Blue, Fun Loving Criminals and Jack Savaretti.
As always, food plays a huge role at The Big Feastival.
Guest chefs include Raymond Blanc, Prue Leith, Mark Hix and Gennaro Contaldo, alongside an array of fine dining and street food options.
We also found it the ideal family festival - click here for last year's review.
Dermot O'Leary, Jodie Kidd and The Cuban Brothers have been confirmed for the Bedtime Story sessions for little ones, while entertainment includes TV megastar Justin Fletcher alongside guest appearances by Peppa Pig and brother George and Chase and Marshall from Paw Patrol.
Camping, weekend and day tickets are on sale at www.thebigfeastival.com