Yes, you read that right — we said, “Feast-ival“.
After six exciting years in the UK, The Big Feastival is bringing its excitement to Canada, this August. They call the weekend event a “feastival” because it truly has something for all of the senses so your entire body, mind and family can indulge. We’re beyond excited to partner with this event to help spread the word to Ontario visitors and local residents. Honestly, this Feastival won’t disappoint anyone in your family (whether your’e taking toddlers, babies or teens).
The current roster includes everything from Paw Patrol and Splash n’ Boots to lifestyle D-I-Y activities and fair rides. Kids of all ages can enjoy family lawn games, the fun fair, food and popular characters up on the main-stage while parents can settle in and listen to the sounds of Ben Harper, De La Sole, MAGIC, Dragonette, Wintersleep and so much more (we cannot possibly do justice to each incredible act here so check out the Big Feastival’s website lineup)
Tickets range in price depending on whether you plan to camp, if you want VIP access and other factors. I’d recommend checking out their website and reading through all of the options before making your decision.
For $435 you can get a pre-set camping area (with tent) for your family. Or for $00 (that’s right — zip), your kids (aged 12 and under) can attend free. The cost really varies depending on what you’re looking for. You can bring an RV, set up a tent…and celebrate from morning until night.
For ticket information, click here.
It’s one of those rare events that specifically targets families, offering up an extravaganza of delicious food, music, camping, and children’s entertainment. Everything is unfolding in Burl’s Creek, which is submersed in nature and allows festival-goers a chance to chill-out in nature and spend a night out under the stars.
We’re taking our entire family — a 1 year old, a 3 year old, a 12 year old and then us parents.
Hopefully, we’ll see you there.
Note: this post is in-part sponsored by the Big Feastival but in no way affects tone of content.