OnBlackheath Festival 2017 tickets, line up and everything you need to know
OnBlackheath returns for its fourth year this weekend, September 9 and 10, with The Libertines and Travis as headliners.
The two day, three stage south London festival – held, quite literally, on Blackheath – will also feature Metronomy, Jake Bugg, KT Tunstall and US bluesman Seasick Steve. Hip hop icons De La Soul, who this year are celebrating 30 years together, promise to be a highlight on Saturday.
Other acts on the bill include Fun Lovin’ Criminals, The Cuban Brothers and the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club. Tickets cost either £49.50 for a day ticket or £90 for a weekend slot and can be bought here.
The full line-up can be found on this page. Highlights include:
Main stage: Travis, Metronomy, De La Soul, Kate Tempest, Steve Mason & more
Stage two: Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, Rationale, Earl & more
Stage three: Dan Caplen, Ardyn, Tusks & more
Main stage: The Libertines, Seasick Steve, Jake Bugg, KT Tunstall, Fun Lovin’ Criminals & more
Stage two: The Chris Holland All Stars, The Cuban Brothers, The Mariachis & more
Stage three: The Graveltones, Stevie Parker, The Lottery Winners & more
Besides the music, the Food Village will feature street food, restaurant pop-ups and live cooking demonstrations – including from Masterchef winner Jane Devonshire, Gary Maclean and Michael Bremner. The John Lewis Cookery School will also provide free cookery lessons.
London brewery Meantime will host a bar, while families can head to the playground adventure area, which boasts street theatre and arts and crafts activities.
OnBlackheath co-founder Tom Wates said: "We’re back with two days of unforgettable music, food and family entertainment this summer, celebrating this stunning part of London and bringing the festival season to a close."
For more information, visit onblackheath.com.