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OnBlackheath 2018

  • London, United Kingdom
  • 8-9 September 2018
  • Folk
  • Indie
  • Pop
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OnBlackheath 2018

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South London's family orientated music festival

OnBlackheath is a south London family orientated music festival, held each September on Blackheath Common.

The festival showcases a generation spanning music lineup alongside some incredible food, workshops and pop-up stalls on one of the capital's greenest spots. 

This year's edition will feature sets from Squeeze, Paloma Faith and De La Soul, while Michelin-starred chefs and kid's entertainers create a refined, warm and relaxed atmosphere, just a stones throw from the hustle and bustle of central London.


  • Squeeze
  • Paloma Faith
  • De La Soul
  • The Divine Comedy


  • Squeeze
  • The Divine Comedy
  • Billy Bragg
  • The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir

  • Paloma Faith
  • De La Soul
  • Corinne Bailey Rae
  • Lightning Seeds

Across The Weekend

  • Craig Charles
  • Huey Morgan
  • The James Taylor Quartet
  • Dirty Vegas
  • London Astrobeat Orchestra performs Talking Heads
  • Steve Davis & Kavus Torabi
  • Mariachis
  • Dat Brass
  • JJ Rosa
  • Marine Acrylic
  • The Trans Siberian March Band
  • Leon Tilbrook
  • Mancie Baker
  • Louis Antoniou

Located in the south-east of London, Blackheath Common is one of the largest areas of common land in the capital. It is well known as an area of natural wildlife, and has been home to the festival since the first event in 2013.


Blackheath Common, Blackheath Common, London, SE3 7BN, United Kingdom


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.

The festival will run from 12pm until 10:30pm on Saturday and 10pm on Sunday.

All ages are welcome at OnBlackheath. 

Children aged under 5 are permitted for free, however, they will still require a ticket.


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