Ramblin' Man Fair has added The Wildhearts, Living Colour, Orange Goblin and more, to its growing 2019 line up. Returning to Mote Park, Maidstone for the fifth time, the festival takes place from 19th - 21st July.
RMF 2019 follows on from the 2018 event, which saw The Cult, Steel Panther & Mott The Hoople ramble on, and 2017, which saw Extreme, ZZ Top, and Saxon put on a show fit for a king.
Also added, Crobot and Obsessed appear on the Grooverider Stage, while Robert Jon And The Wreckjoin the Outlaw Stage.
They join already announced acts Rock legends Foreigner (Saturday’s Main Stage Headliner) and American blues singer/songwriter Beth Hart (Blues Stage Headliner), Prog in the Park headliner Anathema, The Darkness(Friday Main Stage Headliner) and Chris Robinson Brotherhood as well asmore prog acts including Swedish act Pain of Salvation and polish prog giants Riverside.
Recently confirming further Wildhearts activity in 2019 in an interview with eonmusic, Ginger's mob are the kind of band that fans and media dream of: creatively brilliant, completely out-of-control and yielding a wealth of inspired hard rock. With a career spanning nearly 30 years The Wildhearts helped change the landscape of Brit rock through the 90’s, and to this day they haven’t shown any sign of slowing down.
The impact Living Colour had when they burst on the scene in 1988 with critically acclaimed album 'Vivid' was huge. Now coming into their fourth decade, Living Colour are held up amongst the greats. With a back catalogue full of treasures that include tracks such as ‘Love Rears It’s Ugly Head’, ‘Elvis Is Dead, and the global smash hit ‘Cult of Personality’, Living Colour are a must see at the 2019 Ramblin' Man Fair.
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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Ramblin' Man Fair 2018 Acts Announced So Far:
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Beth HartETH HART (Headliner)
Prog in the Park Stage
Pain of Salvation
Robert Jon and The Wreck