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OnBlackheath Festival

OnBlackheath is a new music festival that has caught our eye with their impressive music line-up.

Taking place on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th September artists include the likes of Travis, Metronomy, De La Soul, Kate Tempest, The Libertines, Seasick Steve, Jake Bugg, KT Tunstall and Fun Lovin’ Criminals amongst others.

Of course no festival is truly complete for us without a stellar food line up too!

Partnering with John Lewis and curated by Masterchef finalist and private chef Tony Rodd, the food line-up features a number of guest chefs from all walks of life, making sure there is something to suit every palate.

Saturday’s cookery line-up will feature chefs such as Jane Devonshire – the winner of MasterChef 2016. Jane’s catalogue of recipes ranges from the modest Roast Chicken to the more indulgent Fresh Lobster Pasta with Tomato Chilli and Tarragon.

Also making an appearance on the first day of the festival will be Gary Maclean, who won MasterChef: The Professionals last year. He defeated his fellow finalists with a winning menu of a razor clam starter, a Highland Roe Deer main, and a chocolate pistachio ganache for pudding. Being praised as a “gentleman of the kitchen” by celebrity chef Marcus Wareing, his is a demonstration not to be missed.

The highlight on Sunday will be Michael Bremner, who has appeared on BBC2’s Great British Menu, and is the owner and head chef at Brighton’s 64 Degrees restaurant.

The John Lewis Food Village will also be home to award-winning street food, pop-up restaurants and the local Meantime Craft Brewery Bar – ensuring visitors are both well fed and well hydrated.

Chef’s Demonstration Stage Line-up

Saturday:

1pm – Jane Devonshire – MasterChef winner 2016

2pm – Gary Maclean – MasterChef: The Professionals winner 2016

3pm – Adam Simmonds – The Test Kitchen, Great British Menu winner 2014

4pm – Tony Rodd – MasterChef finalist 2015

5pm – Dave Mothersill – The Salt Room

Sunday:

12pm – Guy Awford – Hand Made Food, The Guildford Arms

1pm – Saliha Mahmood Ahmed – MasterChef winner 2017

2pm – Mark Stinchcombe – MasterChef: The Professionals winner 2015

3pm – Michael Bremner – 64 Degrees, Great British Menu

4pm – Emma Spitzer – Author or Fress, MasterChef finalist 2015

5pm – Laura Petersen – The Coal Shed, The Salt Room

 

Music Line-up

Travis ˑ The Libertines

Metronomy ˑ De La Soul ˑ Seasick Steve ˑ Jake Bugg ˑ Kate Tempest ˑ KT Tunstall

Steve Mason ˑ Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club ˑ Rationale ˑ Fun Lovin’ Criminals ˑ Tom Grennan ˑ Black Honey ˑ The Cuban Brothers

Acrylic ˑ Ardyn ˑ Bad Sounds ˑ The Chris Holland All Stars ˑ Cuckoolander ˑ Dan Caplen ˑ Earl ˑ Jesca Hoop ˑ Keir ˑ Idles ˑ Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir ˑ London Soul Choir ˑ Marine ˑ My Baby ˑ Paris Youth Foundation ˑ She Drew The Gun ˑ Stevie Parker ˑ The Mariachis ˑ Tom Williams ˑ Tusks ˑ Vant

Many more acts TBA

 

Day tickets are priced at £49.50 with weekend tickets selling at £90 (plus booking fees). Tickets can be purchased in person at Blackheath Concert Hall or online via SeeTickets.com, Ticketmaster.co.uk, Songkick.com, Gigantic.com, Stargreen.com, AXS.com and Twickets.live

www.onblackheath.com

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