Set to perform in St Albans this weekend, singer and actress Natalie Imbruglia has described the event as "wonderful".

The star will take to stage on Saturday (June 3), with the festival running at Oaklands College from June 2 to June 4.

The three-day event will see Scouting For Girls and an ABBA tribute perform, with celebrity chefs preparing food.


Speaking on ITV's Good Morning Britain yesterday (Wednesday, April 31), Natalie said: "I did the Oxford one last year.

"It's just a really good atmosphere, you can get yummy street food and it's also supporting a charity called Crisis that supports homeless people which is wonderful!

"It's a really good one, it's a really good family vibe, so come and check it out."

Scouting for Girls added: "We always look forward to Foodies and it just wouldn’t be summer without it!


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"The festivals have a great vibe and we often bring our family and friends along to enjoy the fun.

"We’ve all taken a liking to the Japanese Bao Buns and the Jamaican Jerk Chicken, so we’ll also be looking forward to scoffing that!

Herts Advertiser: Scouting For Girls will perform on Sunday (June 4).Scouting For Girls will perform on Sunday (June 4). (Image: Gone Wild Festival)

“See you soon St Albans.”