Ramblin' Man Fair has added a further nine acts to the 2020 event. Taking place at Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent, on the 17th, 18th and 19th July, the latest additions join Clutch, Hawkwind, and a host of others for the annual event.
The latest additions are:
Main stage Friday 17th
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons
Hands off Gretel
Blues Stage Sunday 19th
Massive Wagons (Mainstage Friday 17th July) - The Lancashire based four piece are one of the most exciting new rock acts to emerge on the scene; feel good rock anthems such as “Billy Balloon Head”, “Back To the Stack” and “China Plates” staples of rock radio. The band have established themselves as a stunning live act with a series of festival performances and support slots to the likes of Status Quo, Blackberry Smoke and The Dead Daisies. 2019 saw them release the critically and commercial acclaimed
“Full Nelson” album and undertake a sold out UK headline tour.
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons(Main stage Friday 17th July) - Ramblin Man Fair are delighted to welcome ex Motorhead legend Phil Campbell in 2020. His band - made up of Phil, his sons Todd, Dane and Tyla, plus vocalist Neil Starr, are a wonderful punch to the face gritty rock act. Formed in 2015, the band’s debut album “The Age Of Absurdity” was released in 2018 on Nuclear Blast Records to widespread critical acclaim.
The acts announced today now complete the main stage lineup for Friday 17th July as Clutch (headline, Who Wants To Rock set), Monster Truck (special guests), Massive Wagons, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Bad Touch and Hands off Gretel.
Ramblin’ Man Fair 2020 follows on from 2019's critically acclaimed fifth year, which had Foreigner fill the night with jukebox classics, 2018, which saw The Cult, Steel Panther & Mott The Hoople ramble on, and 2017, which witnessed Extreme, ZZ Top, and Saxon put on a show fit for a king.
Ramblin’ Man Fair will take place in the beautiful Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent; the garden of England. The park is one of the largest in South East England with more than 450 acres of mature parkland and a 30-acre lake. 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). The festival site is also perfect for European festival goers with easy links to the London airports, Eurostar via Ashford Int’l and Channel Ferries to and from mainland Europe.
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