Ramblin' Man Fair

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Ramblin’ Man Fair is set in the beautiful surroundings of Mote Park in Kent and it's the first UK festival celebrating Classic Guitar based music.
Spotting a niche in the market for a festival that would appeal to the dedicated Classic Rock fan, Ramblin Man Fair launched in 2015, with The Scorpions celebrating their 50th anniversary with their first UK show in more than a decade. With six stages of entertainment at the event, there were plenty of acts to be seen! Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Gregg Allman performed on The British Stage for the final time. Marillion, Camel, Anathema and Jethro Tull legend Ian Anderson lighted up the Prog Stage. Bernie Marsden and Joanne Shaw Taylor graced the Blues Stage. Jason & The Scorchers and Shooter Jennings rocked the Outlaw Country Stage. Over the two remaining days, so many other great performances from such diverse acts, such as; Rival Sons, Dream Theater, Saxon, Blue Oyster Cult and The Temperance Movement.
No festival is just about the music and Ramblin' Man Fair has already established itself within the music community as a trusted brand that is considerate to its audience. The site re-visits the vintage feel of the legendary rock festivals. Focusing on delivering the best quality bars and food and non-music entertainment in a family friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
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Ramblin Man 2017 which, for the first time will be held over 3 days, will feature more than 50 artists over 7 different music stages including such legends as ZZTop, Extreme, Black Star Riders, Saxon, Dokken, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Kansas & the Quireboys who have sold over 100 million albums between them and introduces the next wave of must see artists such as Rival Sons, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Vintage Caravan , Monstertruck, Blues Pills, JJ Nichols. Its is the only major rock festival in the UK to have dedicated stages to Classic Rock, Prog Rock, Blues, Outlaw Country, and the increasingly popular Rising stage which showcases the best emerging talent the nation has to offer.
In the words of Led Zeppelin, we ramble on…

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