David Rodigan, and Jerry Dammers have been added to the bill for OnBlackheath festival which is now in it's second year, and returns to London's Blackheath Common on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th September 2015.
The two British music icons will be entertaining festivalgoers with special DJ sets on the Sunday.
Headliners Elbow, and Madness, plus Manic Street Preachers, Jack Savoretti, Kelis, Anna Calvi, Laura Mvula, Temples, 808 State, Seun Kuti, Eska, Owiny Sigoma Band Soundsystem, Clap! Clap! , Stuff, Jordan Rakei, Lefto, Throwing Shade, Sunny Afternoon (The Kinks Musical), Stealing Sheep, Eaves, Hooton Tennis Club, Drinks (Cate Le Bon & Tim Presley), Tom Findlay (Groove Armada), Greg Wilson, Moxie, Erol Alkan, Justin Robertson, Shanti Celeste, DJ Antz, ChainSka Brassika, Tropical Dope, Summer Camp, RIVRS, Crows, Moth Trap, The Pearl Harts, Bad For Lazarus, Boris McNab, Roland Gift with Chris Holland All Stars, Hollie Cook, Brassroots, Rhys Lewis, The Mighty Cosmics, Bruise, Diaz Brothers, Gilles Peterson will be making a return and will be bringing an array of live music and DJ sets to his Worldwide Stage. Heavenly Records DJs will be back to curate the second stage Heavenly & Friends, plus the Make Noise Stage, and The Meantime Sessions Stage.
For the line-up details as available see the OnBlackheath line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £89 for an adult 2-day weekend ticket, and £49 for a child (aged 13-16 years) 2-day weekend ticket, with children aged 12 years and under able to attend for free. An adult day ticket for Saturday is priced at £54.50, and under 16s day ticket is priced at £35. An adult day ticket for Sunday is priced at £45, and under 16s day ticket is priced at £29. Kids under 12 are FREE on either day.
As well as the music line-up, OnBlackheath offers chefs who will not only be creating dishes with their preferred local produce on the Food Stage, but will also appear in the ‘Chef Club&rsquo. During the chef’s hour takeover in the Club, guests will have the oppurtunity to enjoy two dishes and accompanying drink showcasing each chef’s style and ethos. Plus attractions including a silent disco, street & fringe theatre, street food, Farmers Market, mixology demonstrations and drinks from local brewers. The festival will also offer interactive fun, games, workshops, entertainment and activities for kids (and adults) of all ages at the festival.
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