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OnBlackheath 2015

  • London, United Kingdom
  • 12-13 September 2015
OnBlackheath 2015
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South London's royal variety

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Great music and upmarket food is the order at OnBlackheath - one of South London's newest festival exports. 

Looking down over the Dockland's Peninsula, OnBlackheath is a chance to rid yourself of the hustle and bustle of the city, unwinding while enjoying the sounds and flavours of Elbow, Madness, and Michelin starred chefs who will be taking part in live demonstrations throughout the weekend. 

The family-friendly festival also offers a fabulous area designed specially for kids, with arts and crafts workshops, games and special performances from kid's favourites, creating a village fete vibe that's fun for all ages.

Lineup


Main Stage


Heavenly & Friends Stage



Main Stage


Gilles Peterson Worldwide Stage

Ful Lineup To Be Announced



Make Noise


Meantime Sessions Stage


Food Village

- Chef's Club Banquet
- Food Demo Stage
- Pop Up Restaurants
- Street Food
- Hemsley & Hemsley
- Gennaro Contaldo
- DJ BBQ
- Dan Doherty
- Martin Morales
- Pascal Aussignac
- Andy McLeisg
- Natasha Corrett
- Calgary Avansino
- Tom & Henry Herbert
- Alexis Gabriel Ainouz
- Kelis' own food truck


The Playground

- Workshops
- Reading Sessions
- Screen Printing
- Kids Magic
- Hula Hoops
- Bubbles
- Dancing
- Sand

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Settled inside one of London's best open spaces, Blackheath Common is part of the beautiful Greenwich Park, home to the Royal Observatory and an absolutely epic view over London. 

Nearby Blackheath Village boasts many cafes and bars, while Greenwich, with its historic buildings and museums is just a short walk away across the park.


Address

Blackheath Common, London, SE3 QUA, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY RAIL: The following national rail stations are within walking distance: Lewisham (8 Min), Blackheath (10 Min) & Greenwich (20 Min).

BY DLR: The nearest DLR stations within walking distance are Lewisham (8 Min), Elverson Road (19 Min) & Deptford Bridge (20 Min).

BY TUBE: Take the Jubilee line to North Greenwich, then catch the 108 to Blackheath, which is a 10 minute walk from the site.

BY BUS: The following route pass through Blackheath: 53, 54, 89, 108, 202, 386, 380.

Yes but make sure to keep your ticket stub and wristband on you.

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