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ONBlackheath

Information at a glance

Squeeze, Paloma Faith, The Divine Comedy

Billy Bragg, Corinne Bailey Rae, De La Soul

Lightning Seeds, London Astrobeat Orchestra, Huey Morgan, Craig Charles, James Taylor Quartet, The Mariachis

Steve Davis, Kavus Torabi and many more. 

Early ticket buyers for ONBlackheath 2018 can enjoy great discounts with a limited edition first round of tickets, released on May 11th, priced at £44* for a day pass or £75* for the entire weekend. Entry is free for children under five.  ( *subject to booking fees)Buy tickets here.

Blackheath Common, Shooters Hill Road, Blackheath, Greater London, SE3 0TY.

Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th September 2018

On Blackheath is easily acessible by public transport with overline trains and by DLR and tube. It can also be reached by the Thames Clipper services and local buses. The nearest rail station is Blackheath. There is no dedicated car park.

15, 000 capacity per day

On Blackheath is a music, arts and food festival, organised in association with John Lewis. It offers the chance to escape from the bustle of the city, but you really don't have to venture far out of the capital! Offering a world class lineup of music, top chefs and fun for kids of all ages, On Blackheath has already been nominated for no less than two festival awards: Best New Festival and Best Lineup.

As well as the music, there is the John Lewis Food Village which has a programme of great chefs such as internationally renowned Theo Randall. The chef's stage will have live demonstrations and there is also a cookery school with free cooking lessons throughout the day.

For kids, there is storytelling, a talking maze and a village green sports day.

What we love about this festival.

The food! The John Lewis Food Village will showcase some world class food at this year's festival. The lineup this year is also amazing.

Camping and Glamping Options

There is no camping at this festival but many hotels, B & Bs and rooms close by. 

Past lineups

The Libertines, Travis (performing The Man Who), Metronomy, Seasick Steve, De La soul, Jake Bug, Steve Mason, Jesca Hoop, Fun Lovin' Criminals, KT Tunstall, Tom Grennan, Black Honey, Lewisham and Greenwhich NHS Choir, Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club, London Soul Choir, The Cuban Brothers, Rationale. Primal Scream, James, Hot Chip, Belle and Sebastian, Massive Attack, Madness, Manic Street Preachers, Elbow, Grace Jones, Jack Savoretti, Kelis, Laura Mvula, Imelda May, Levellers, Athlete.

Kids and families

There is lots going on for kids at On Blackheath. Puffin books will be hosting the family area, a fun, immersive zone for 2-12 year olds with story-telling at its heart. There is also a performance stage for kids.

A touch of luxury

Sample some of London and  the South East's finest street food.

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