ONBlackheath will take place in the beautiful setting of the heath.
The festival site will be north of the junction of Hare and Billet Road with Mounts Pond Road. You will be able to find our festival 2019 map here soon.
The nearest Tube stop is North Greenwich (Jubilee Line). From here take the No 108 bus to Blackheath and it’s then a 10-minute walk to the festival.
All aboard! Bus routes that pass close to the ONBlackheath site are: 53, 386, 54, 89, 108, 202, 380.
There are no car park facilities at ONBlackheath and we strongly advise against travelling by car, please use public transport.
Avoid the roads and come to us by boat! Thames Clippers, who run regular services along the river, stop regularly at Greenwich, a 25-minute walk from us through leafy Greenwich Park.
There will be a taxi rank on Goffers Road adjacent to the festival site, please follow event signage.
On Saturday 13th July we recommend travelling via Lewisham DLR and rail station and Blackheath station.
If you’re coming by train on Sunday 14th July, we would advise travelling to Maze Hill station, it’s only a short 20minute walk from the festival site. Alternatively, Lewisham DLR is also only a short 10 minute walk to site. Blackheath is also served by a range of buses, you can find further information in our bus section.
There will be rail replacement buses between New Cross and Dartford, serving Lewisham, Blackheath and Bexleyheath.
Due to engineering works taking place between Lewisham and Charlton, resulting in the closure of a few train lines, Lewisham rail and Blackheath stations will be closed on Sunday 14th July only.
You can find further information on the closures below or on www.southeasternrailway.co.uk
You can find a full list of routes that will be affected below:
London Victoria to Dartford via Bexleyheath
London Charing Cross and Dartford via Woolwich Arsenal
London Charing Cross and Sevenoaks
London Charing Cross and Hayes and the London Cannon Street circular
The London Victoria to Dartford via Bexleyheath services will not run, however passengers can use “all reasonable routes” by London Underground between London Terminals / Southwark / Waterloo East / London Bridge as well as the DLR services between Greenwich and Lewisham all day and local bus routes P12, 78 and 484.
Trains between London Charing Cross and Dartford via Woolwich Arsenal are diverted to run between London Cannon Street and Dartford via Greenwich rather than stopping at Lewisham.
Trains between London Charing Cross and Sevenoaks will run non-stop between London Bridge and Hither Green. Passengers can use local bus routes 21, 225 and 273 between New Cross, Lewisham and Hither Green.
Trains between London Cannon Street and Hayes will run between London Charing Cross and Hayes and will call additionally at Waterloo East and London Bridge and will then run non-stop to Ladywell. Passengers can use local bus routes P4, 284 and 122 Lewisham to Ladywell.