Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver, star of the U.S. reality series "Food Revolution," has announced a three-day music and food festival in the U.K. to benefit charity.

With "The Big Feastival," Oliver wants to combine "London's finest gourmet experience with the look of an urban village fete and a music festival vibe."

"The Big Feastival will be a brilliant weekend of delicious eclectic flavours, sights and sounds," chef Peter Gordon said on Oliver's website. "The restaurants are gearing up to feed everyone the most brilliant food and help raise as much as we can. It’s going to be a laugh!"

Music groups like Soul II Soul, the Charlatans and Athlete will provide the tunes, while pop-up kitchens from leading bars and restaurants — like Oliver's "Fifteen" — will feed the masses. One hundred percent of the profits will go towards The Prince's Trust and The Jamie Oliver Foundation to help disadvantaged young people.

"The Big Feastival is something unique that we’ve wanted to try for a while," said Oliver. "A really good festival for everyone with great music and great food, all for charity."

Interested in attending? The standard Feastival adult day ticket at £75 ($124 U.S.) includes five scoffs — five full dishes. Kid tickets are £25 and include three full meals. For more details, hit the official site here.

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Jamie Oliver announces food and music festival
Three-day event to benefit The Prince’s Trust and The Jamie Oliver Foundation to help disadvantaged young people. Oliver wants to combine "London's finest gou