Craig David and James Blunt among music acts at Marlow’s Pub in the Park

Crowds at Marlow Pub in the park

Pop favourites including Craig David, James Blunt and Kaiser Chiefs are some of the names to feature at this year’s Pub in the Park in Marlow.

Tom Kerridge and his fellow celebrity chefs will be bringing their food and drink to Higginson Park in May.

As well as Michelin-starred restaurants popping up, musical favourites will also be taking to the stage between May 15 and 17.

DJ and singer Craig David, British singer-songwriter James Blunt and British indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs will be there.

Other chart topping singing sensations joining the tour include Basement Jaxx, All Saints, Tom Walker, Rick Astley, Beverley Knight, Heather Small, Toploader, The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club, The Feeling and Razorlight.

Tom Kerridge said: “I am so proud of what Pub in the Park has become – a coming together of the best chefs in the business, a celebration of incredible food topped off with an ace music line-up where you can create amazing memories with family and friends – it’s my idea of the perfect day out.”

For the full list of restaurants set to appear, see our previous story here.

For pre-sale tickets and line-up information join the Pub in the Park newsletter at pubintheparkuk.com

Pre-sale tickets go on-sale on February 5 and general release is February 7.

Friday evening: Basement Jaxx, Mark Almond and Lightning Seeds

Saturday afternoon: Beverley Knight, Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club and Interkoola

Saturday evening: Craig David, Heather Small and Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club

Sunday afternoon: Nerina Pallot and one headliner to be announced.

Sunday evening: Rick Astley, Reef and Noasis

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