THOSE of you with an insatiable appetite for incredible music and amazing food will know that there is only one place to go this weekend; the Big Feastival.
The two-day event is held in the beautiful surroundings of Alex James's farm in Kingham in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Blur bassist-turned cheesemaker Alex is hosting the festival alongside close friend Jamie Oliver and together they've put together quite a line-up once again.
Music acts set to perform tomorrow include electronic duo Basement Jaxx, folk and soul singer Lianne La Havas and singer-songwriter Will Joseph Cook.
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Hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks are the headline act whileDJ Norman Jay will be spinning the decks.
On Sunday, BRIT award-nominated English pop rock band The Feeling are on a bill alongside Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall and The Cuban Brothers who are expected to bring a dose of Caribbean charm to the stage.
For many, Take That's Mark Owen will be the main attraction as he brings the festival's live music to a close.
Whether you're basking in sunshine or wallowing in mud, there's plenty of exciting food to tuck into.
Pop-up Jamie Oliver restaurant Barbecoa will serve up a selection of meats cooked using Texas pit smokers, tandoors, fire pits, robata grills and wood-fired ovens and plates from Jamie's Italian will transport you to the fields of Tuscany.
There is also a Street Food Alley, selling everything from Bhangra burgers to burritos, as well as the more traditional Adam Henson's Pie and Ale. The Electrolux Big Kitchen will be welcoming celebrity chefs all over the weekend including Gennaro Contaldo, Rachel Khoo, Valentine Warner, Gizzi Erskine, Simon Hulstone, Tom Kitchin and Jamie Oliver.
Alex James will also be hosting tastings of his range of artisan cheeses at his Cheese Hub and will unveil his new blue artisan cheese.
For the little ones Justin Fletcher from CBeebies is dropping in on Sunday and there is also a Little Dudes' Den and kids' bazaar.
Don't forget to browse the huge range of stalls selling a range of sweet and savoury creations at the artisan food market and there's an opportunity to take a spin around the vintage funfair and soak up the atmosphere of the lifestyle village.
Weekend tickets cost £100. Advance day tickets cost £60 for Saturday and £50 for Sunday. Under-12s are free. To book, visit www.jamieoliver.com/thebigfeastival