THE FEAST COLLECTIVE
FOOD ADVENTURES IN A FIELD
A GIRL CALLED JACK / MARTIN MORALES / THE CAKE SHOP BAKERY / ROLA WALA / CRAYFISH BOB / SMALL BATCH COFFEE / BREDDOS / WHOLEFOOD HEAVEN / KNACKERED MOTHERS WINE CLUB
& MANY MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED
THE FARMERS’ MARKET
DELICIOUS LOCAL FOODS!
AND DON’T MISS
BRINGING CULINARY COOL TO YOU
Food glorious food! Food has always been a highlight at Camp Bestival, from the Young British Foodies and Gizzie Erskine, to the Underground Restaurant, the Surplus Supper Club, and myriad amazing street foods, the Camp Bestival roustabouts have strived to make the grub on offer the very best. Well, this year, we’ve trumped them all by creating the ultimate taste-fest, a celebration of all that is great about the British food movement – introducing The Feast Collective! A delectable celebration of creative food makers we regard as exceptional street food traders, artisan food producers, specialty chefs, and organisers of pop-up supper clubs from across the UK, we will also be selecting at least two popular restaurants to join us in the fields to create the ultimate outdoor feasting experience.
Food has always been one of the stars of the show at Camp Bestival and The Feast Collective will take it to the next level, showcasing a heavenly selection of the exquisite things happening in the food scene right now, with a carefully curated collection of appetising offerings complementing each other perfectly. Situated in front of the Castle with views of the main stage and plenty of green spaces to picnic, The Feast Collective will be a space where all the family wants to hang out. With long tables for communal dining, a bar with mixologists, talks, demos and the hustle bustle of a trading market space, it will be THE destination to head for food and drink.
Josie da Bank says: “Food is such an important part of family life and often the foundations of our social lives; sitting around the kitchen table with the children or wine and lunch with your oldest and dearest friends. It makes sense that we feature food as one of the stars of our festival; it’s something we’ve always done.
“We have surpassed ourselves this year with the debut of a new foodie alliance; The Feast Collective. The likes of the lovely Martin Morales and Jack Monroe will be working as ambassadors and cooking up a storm on site and we have cherry-picked the cream of current talent to serve you up amazing dishes all weekend – from beautifully spiced Indian and exotic Mexican street foods to local shellfish, crafted cocktails and perfect baking. This is seriously good food and drink from some of our country’s most exciting chefs, cooks and producers.
“Take the time to wander through the marquee and smell and taste what’s on offer, talk to the people behind the cuisine, grab a glass of something beautiful, share a bit with your friends and picnic on the lawn with your family in the sunshine. It’ll be a culinary carnival under canvas!”