St Etienne, Edwyn Collins, Craig Charles, Night Beats, Rosie Lowe, M.Craft, Amber Arcades, Heavenly Jukebox (DJ set), Neneh Cherry, Jazzie B, and Don Letts have all been announced for OnBlackheath festival now in it's third year which returns to London's Blackheath Common on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th September 2016.
Heavenly Recordings return to the heath to curate the Heavenly Stage on Sunday and St Etienne will be headlining the Heavenly Stage playing a career spanning set.
Heavenly label founder, Jeff Barrett, said, "It’s great to be back at OnBlackheath Festival which we’ve been delighted to be part of since it began. In September it'll be 25 years since we released Saint Etienne’s first album - Foxbase Alpha - so it's great to be celebrating this anniversary at the Festival with them. We’ve got a killer lineup, showcasing the best of Heavenly; from our beginnings to where we are now."
They join the previously announced Primal Scream, Belle & Sebastian, James, Roisin Murphy, Hot Chip, Squeeze, Lonelady, and Soak.
Heavenly Records DJs will be back to curate the second stage and NTS Radio will curate the other day.
For the line-up details as available see the OnBlackheath line-up page.
The festival will also host roaming performers, pop up entertainment, and interactive street theatre.
Early bird tickets have sold out, and once again there will be free admission to OnBlackheath for all children aged 12 and under.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £99
An adult Saturday day ticket is priced at £57.50
An adult Sunday day ticket is priced at £52.50
An U16 ticket (aged 13 - 16 years) weekend ticket is priced at £65.
An U16 ticket (aged 13 - 16 years) Saturday day ticket is priced at £35.
An U16 ticket (aged 13 - 16 years) Sunday day ticket is priced at £30.
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 opportunity 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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