Late line up change to OnBlackheath due to Hurricane Irma Posted on Fri 8th September 2017

De La Soul to be replaced by Basement Jaxx

Basement Jaxx to appear at OnBlackheath 2017

London's OnBlackheath festival has been forced to make a late line-up change after De La Soul have had to cancel their appearance due to travel problems in the Caribbean caused by Hurricane Irma. De La Soul will be replaced by Basement Jaxx (DJ Set).

OnBlackheath takes place this weekend Blackheath Common, Shooters Hill Road, London, SE3 0UA.  The festival prides itself on a varied music line up together with mouth-watering food and drink and a fun-filled program of entertainment for all ages on the historic green space of London’s Blackheath.

The John Lewis Food Village will bring award-winning street food, communal dining, a food demonstration stage, guest chefs, pop-up restaurants and the local Meantime Craft Brewery Bar to Blackheath while children can explore the Family Playground featuring an adventure area, giant art walls, kids crafting, a storytelling stage and street theatre.

Acts confirmed for OnBlackheath are: Travis, The Libertines, Metronomy, Seasick Steve, Jake Bugg, KT Tunstall, Steve Mason, Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, Rationale, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Chris Holland All Stars featuring special guest Marc Almond, Acrylic, Ardyn, Bad Sounds, Black Honey, The Cuban Brothers, Cuckoolander, Dan Caplen, Earl, Jesca Hoop, Keir, Idles, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir, London Soul Choir, Marine, My Baby, Paris Youth Foundation, She Drew The Gun, Stevie Parker, The Mariachis, Tom Grennan, Tom Williams, Tusks, and Vant.

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Last modified on: Fri 8th September 2017

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