POP sensation Sigrid, singer Tom Grennan and rockers Blossoms will top the bill at Blur star Alex James’ Big Feastival this summer.

Also appearing at the three-day gathering at the Britpop bassist’s farm at Kingham near Chipping Norton, will be former Spice Girl Mel C, ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ singer Rick Astley, The Vaccines, Example, Freya ridings, Katy B and Baby Queen.

There will be DJ sets by Hot Chip and Faithless.

The Big Feastival takes place over the August Bank Holiday and is the last major music festival of the summer.

It is billed by host Mr James as a celebration of his three loves: music, food and family, and the culinary line-up for its 12th instalment features some stars of the world of cooking, including guest chefs Asma Khan, Nathan Outlaw and Anna Haugh.

Mr James said: “I can’t wait to welcome everyone back to the farm for our 2023 edition.

“Big Feastival gets bigger and better every year, it’s the perfect way to spend your August bank holiday weekend with family or friends.

“With even more fantastic acts and entertainment to be announced in the coming weeks, this is shaping up to be our best line-up yet.”

Bursting onto the British music scene in 2017 with the hit Strangers, Sigrid went on to win the prestigious BBC Music Sound of 2018. She will bring with her hits such as Mirror, Don’t Feel Like Crying and Head On Fire. She will top the bill on the opening Friday night.

Tom Grennan will headline the Saturday night, and is expected to bring his anthemic catalogue of hit singles including Little Bit of Love, Something In The Water and Let’s Go Home Together.

Bringing the festival to a close on the Sunday night, Manchester band Blossoms have a reputation for incendiary live shows. They have three Number One albums under their belt, with songs like Charlemagne and Your Girlfriend being firm fan favourites.

Younger revellers will be treated to some stars of their own, including TV megastar Justin Fletcher and BBC’s YolanDa’s Band Jam. There will also be activities from kids favourites Cocomelon’s JJ, Paw Patrol’s Chase and PJ Masks’ Catboy.

Celebrity farmer and Countryfile presenter Adam Henson will bring animals from his Cotswold Farm Park, just over the Gloucestershire border, giving kids the opportunity to come face to face with livestock.

A highlight of previous Feastivals, Alex James’ Cheese Hub, will return offering drinks and cheesy snacks alongside lively DJ sets from celebrity guests – including the host himself.

Also returning is the popular Silent Disco.

For the first time ever, Big Feastival is opening its campsite a day earlier. Revellers will now have the option to arrive on the Thursday evening, giving them a chance to set up camp early, ready for action the next day.

The Big Feastival takes place at Kingham, near Chipping Norton from August 25-27. Camping, weekend and day tickets are on sale now at thebigfeastival.com.