A summer of relaxed city festival commitments sees The Libertines close off the trail with a headline performance at London’s OnBlackheath festival. They headline the Sunday, with the previous day seeing Travis close the schedule up the Blackheath common stage.
The festival is a mix of culture, music, food and drink and boasts one of the greatest inner city festival line up’s in the whole country. Alongside Travis, Saturday sees Metronomy, De La Soul, Acrylic, Steve Mason and Tusks head to Blackheath. A day mixing unique sounds with talent both old and new.
Situated upon Blackheath common, just outside of Greenwich Park, the festival boasts wonderful location in a part of London which may usually lack common exploration. Alongside the Libertines, Sunday sees KT Tunstall, Tom Grennan, Black Honey, Idles and Seasick Steve perform.
Sunday also sees hotly tipped Nottingham star Jake Bugg play the festival. With his nationwide festival performances being somewhat limited this year, OnBlackheath posts one of the only chances to catch the singer/songwriter in action.
The festival’s fourth year is arguably its biggest yet. Previous headliners have seen Madness and Elbow head to South East London. Tickets range between £49.50 to £90, whether it be for daily or weekend tickets.
The festival also boasts a John Lewis and Brewery, mixing food with craft beer. The latter is hosted by Meantime brewery.
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