Glaswegian foursome Travis headline on Saturday, taking fans back to 1999 with hit songs 'Driftwood', 'Turn' and 'Why Does It Always Rain On Me?'. Sunday celebrates the golden age of noughties indie rock, with a reunion performance by The Libertines, led by shaggy-haired, skinny jean-wearing bad boys Carl Barat and Pete Doherty. Other highlights include Jake Bugg, KT Tunstall, and south east London’s own Kate Tempest.
The Family Playground caters to little festival-goers with face-painting, crafts, and a Village Green Sports Day. Former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen will also be joining the fun, as will Julian Clary, who will be reading from his series of children’s books The Bolds.
Day tickets start at £49.50, and weekend tickets at £90, with VIP options.
Although weekend tickets can be purchased, it is worth noting that guests cannot camp at this festival.
Culture Whisper members are eligible to redeem a free pair of tickets to OnBlackheath for the 9th of September.
|What||OnBlackheath Festival 2017|
|Where||Blackheath, London, SE3 0RF | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Lewisham (underground)|
09 Sep 17 – 10 Sep 17, Site closes at 10.30pm on Saturday, and 10pm on Sunday
|Price||£49.50 - £175, concessions for children and teenagers|
|Website||Click here for tickets and more information|