This year headlining acts include legendary Scottish rock band Travis on Saturday and iconic indie band The Liberties to hit the stage on Sunday. Other not-to-miss performers include Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, electronic hits from Metronomy, Blues artist Seasick Steve and English singer-songwriter Jake Bugg.
Food fans can eat their hearts out at the John Lewis Food Village; boasting pop-up restaurants, mouth-watering street food, surprise guest chefs and a demonstration stage. Michael Bremner, the owner and head chef of Brighton's famed 64 Degrees restaurant who has also gained fame through BBC2's Great British Menu, will woo the audience with his culinary performance on Sunday. Other top chef's to take the stage include Jane Devonshire, Gary Maclean and Tony Rodd who are all former MasterChef winners, and Adam Simmonds who won 1st place in the 2014 Great British Menu.
At OnBlackheath, children are just as important as their parents. The family friendly festival grounds are equipped with a playground, giant art walls, craft stations, a storytelling stage and various theatrical performances. The co-founder of OnBlackheath, Tom Wates, is an avid supporter of ensuring children are a priority at the festival. He quoted "OnBlackheath is about music, food and family entertainment which is why we have such a vast programme dedicated to children. We all have kids of our own so we always want to make sure the children are having as much fun as our older guests and make the children's area as entertaining and fun-filled as possible for the whole family."
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