WIN TICKETS to OnBlackheath Festival 2015

WIN TICKETS to OnBlackheath Festival 2015

OnBlackheath | 12 & 13 September 2015 | Blackheath, London | £45-£89 (Under 12s FREE)

To celebrate the return of this celebration of music, food, arts, and play to South East London, following a hugely successful debut year in 2014, we’re offering one To Do List reader the chance to enjoy both days of OnBlackheath with a pair of adult weekend tickets.

This year’s headline acts will be platinum selling five piece ELBOW and pop icons MADNESS with support from MANIC STREET PREACHERS, KELIS, LAURA MVULA, ANNA CALVI, JACK SAVORETTI and the cast of SUNNY AFTERNOON: THE KINKS MUSICAL.

There will also be plenty of culinary delights to savour at the OnBlackheath Food Village. Experience a 2 course feast at the Chef’s Club Banquet, cooked and served by some of London’s hottest celebrity chefs including Gennaro Contaldo, Martin Morales from Ceviche, the gorgeous Hemsley & Hemsley, Duck and Waffle’s Daniel Doherty and Kelis… that’s right, Kelis!

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Tickets are available for the whole weekend, or for just the Saturday and Sunday, with kids aged 12 and under going free. Visit www.OnBlackheath.com for the latest information and to book tickets!

We’ve got ONE PAIR OF ADULT WEEKEND TICKETS (worth £89 each) to give away!

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And don’t worry, if you’re already on our mailing list you can still enter – and you won’t get our emails more than once!

This competition is now closed.

Competition T&Cs: Prize is 2 x adult weekend tickets, worth £89 each. Subject to availability. There is no cash alternative to the prizes, they are non-refundable and non-transferable and not for resale. Travel costs are not included in this competition.
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Stuart Wilson

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.