Jimmy's Farm to host festival

FAMOUS musicians and chefs are set to appear at a new festival at Jimmy's Farm.

Anthony Bond

FAMOUS musicians and chefs are set to appear at a new festival at Jimmy's Farm.

Jimmy Doherty will open his farm for a brand new festival of music and food called Harvest at Jimmy's.

The two-day festival, at the farm in Wherstead, near Ipswich, will feature musicians Athlete, Jose Gonzalez, Mercury-Prize winning Badly Drawn Boy as well as folk musician Seth Lakeman.


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The festival will also showcase sustainable and freshly-made food and master class cooking demonstrations from the likes of James Martin, James Wong and Gina D'Acampo. Jamie Oliver's very own Fifteen Restaurant will be taking over the farm's barn for the duration of the festival - providing an interactive Jamie Oliver experience for visitors.

Jimmy said: “This is a very special festival which we hope will be the first of many. To have some of the country's finest chefs like James Martin, Gennaro Contaldo and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen cooking for us will be a real treat and will showcase our locally sourced food at its best.”

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Event organiser Dominic Gomez, of Big Wheel Promotions, added: “We're delighted to announce the details of the first ever Harvest at Jimmy's. With such a unique combination of the UK's finest chefs and some of the most exciting performers around - and with lots more up our sleeves to be announced - we're confident that the festival will become the leading family foodie music festival on the summer calendar.”

Set on a real working farm, visitors can also enjoy the Jimmy's Farm Nature Trails, Woodland Walks, gardens, adventure play area. There will also be a dedicated programme of kid's entertainment.

The festival will take place on September 12 and 13. A youth day ticket is �17, adult day ticket is �25 and weekend ticket is �45.

For more information visit www.harvestatjimmys.com.

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