Final tickets are on sale on 1 May at 8am from here.
Since Chris Evans announced he was leaving BBC Radio 2, there have been a few changes announced for the festival. It will no longer solely benefit BBC Children in Need but will now support a range of UK Children’s charities, including The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, Starlight Children’s Foundation, Teenage Cancer Trust and Rainbow Trust.
50% of profits will still go to Children in Need and the other charities will receive 10% of the total funds raised.
This year Carfest will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of Jody Scheckter F1 World Championship. The collection includes his Tyrell P34 six-wheeler and his championship winning Ferrari 312 T4.
There will also be two paddocks showing everything from autocross, historic rally, stadium super trucks and Le Mans to drift and movie cars.
The new DBS Superleggara Volante will be on the track. It has a top speed of 211mph and a V12 twin-turbocharged engine. It’s the fastest convertible Aston.
Friday: Alex Horne and the Horne Section, Beverly Knight, The Jacksons, Tom Grennan, Tony Christie, Rick Astley
Saturday: Jools Holland, Judge Jules (Ibiza DJ set), Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Jack Savoretti
Sunday: Boy George & Culture Club, Fisherman’s Friends, Sister Sledge, The Human League, Texas, Tom Odell, CarFest Supergroup (Sophie Ellis-Bextor, The Feeling, Rob Brydon, Roger Daltrey, Sheridan Smith)
More acts still to be announced.
Alice Pisano, Broken Bones Matilda, Coax, Conan Mac, Darragh Finan, DODOBONES, Echotape, Eddie George, Emma Stevens, ERICA, Hugo Valentine, Maddison
Angellica Bell, Atul Kochhar, Billy & Jack, Ching He Huang, Cyrus Todiwala, Glynn Purnell, Ian Haste, James Martin, Joe Hurd, John Lawson, Jose Pizzaro, Kenny Tutt, Michael Caines, Olly Smith, Paul Ainsworth, Thuy Pham, Vivek Singh, Candice Brown, Prue Leith