News: RAMBLIN’ MAN FAIR – Cheap Trick added to Saturday line-up (19-21 July 2019)

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Ramblin’ Man Fair have announced their Saturday main stage headliners at this year’s event (19-21 July 2019).

Black Stone Cherry will bring their southern-edged hard rock style, promoting their acclaimed current album ‘Family Tree’.

They join the previously announced headline acts – Foreigner (Sunday, pictured) and The Darkness (Friday).  The full festival line-up so far announced is listed below.

Cheap Trick, Inglorious, FM, Jimmy Barnes, Wayward Sons and Raven Eye have been added to the main stage line-up.

Other artists announced include Kris Barras, The Lazys, Austin Gold (main stage), Vola, Scardust (prog stage), Elles Bailey, Chantel McGregor (blues stage), Wille And The Bandits, Allman Betts Band (outlaw stage), Joyous Wolf (grooverider stage).

Friday 19th July
Planet Rock Main Stage
THE DARKNESS
The Wildhearts
FM
Kris Barras
The Lazys
Saturday 20th July
Planet Rock Main Stage
BLACK STONE CHERRY
Cheap Trick
The Temperance Movement
Jimmy Barnes
Ugly Kid Joe
Wayward Sons
Raveneye
Outlaw Country Stage
ALLMAN BETTS BAND
Robert Jon & The Wreck
Jesse Dayton
The Plott Hounds
Otis
Wille and the Bandits
Prog in the Park Stage
ANATHEMA
Riverside
Pain of Salvation
Koyo
Vola
Scardust
Sunday 21st July
Planet Rock Main Stage
FOREIGNER
Airbourne
Chris Robinsoon Brotherhood
Inglorious
Living Colour
Austin Gold
Blues Stage
BETH HART
Ritchie Kotzen
Elles Bailey
Everlast
Chantel McGregor
Sweet Crisis
Grooverider Stage
MONSTER MAGNET
Orange Goblin
Crobot
Obsessed
King Creature
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July
Rising Stage
Gin Annie
Outlaw Orchestra
Cellar Door Moon Crow
Fallen State
Dust Bowl Jokies
Rainbreakers
Salvation Jayne
Ryders Creed
Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts

Ramblin’ Man Fair is now a well-established annual event in the rock calendar and takes place in Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent.  The event is also highly accessible with multiple travel links via train (Ashford International, Maidstone East and Maidstone West in close proximity) and road (with three park and rides available around Maidstone).

European festival goers will find easy links to the London airports, Eurostar via Ashford Int’l and Channel Ferries to and from mainland Europe.

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Festival review (Day 2, July 2018)

News page updated 24.04.19



 

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