More additions for Harvest at Jimmy's

SUFFOLK band The Cheek are among the latest additions to the Harvest at Jimmy's music and food festival.

Jonathan Barnes

SUFFOLK band The Cheek are among the latest additions to the Harvest at Jimmy's music and food festival.

The indie-rockers will play at the two-day festival, at Jimmy's Farm, at Wherstead, near Ipswich, on September 12-13.

Other bands confirmed to play include experimental folk duo Tunng, singer-songwriter Jon Allen, Norwich band The Great Shakes and Irish folk singer Wallis Bird.


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They join a line-up that already includes KT Tunstall, Badly Drawn Boy, Athlete, Jose Gonzalez and Seth Lakeman, while a “food stage” will see demonstrations from top chefs including James Martin, James Wong and Gennaro Contaldo.

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant will also be taking over a barn at the farm and there will be a host of activities, stalls and entertainment, including children's events.

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About 3,000 people are expected each day at the event. Day tickets cost �25 for adults, �15 for youths and under-12s are free. There are also weekend tickets available.

For more information and to book tickets go to www.bigwheeltickets.com

THE FULL LINE UP:

SATURDAY

Bands:

Athlete

Jose Gonzalez

Badly Drawn Boy

Jon Allen

Wallis Bird

The Cheek

Sam Lewis

Prints of Whales

Chefs:

Gino D'Acampo

Anjum Anand

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen

Chris Gates

SUNDAY

Bands:

KT Tunstall

Seth Lakeman

Tunng

Peter & The Wolf

The Great Shakes

6 Day Riot

Delta Maid

Chefs:

James Martin

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen

James Wong (Grow Your Own Drugs)

Gennaro Contaldo

Jimmy Doherty

Chris Gates

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