Rock festival will be bigger than ever
For lovers of music that’s heavy – and the heavier the better – the Ramblin’ Man Fair takes its third loud, long-haired and lively bow in the centre of Maidstone.
The festival has been extended to spread over three days.
Running from tomorrow (Friday) to Sunday, it will take over the County Town’s Mote Park in a wave of metal and leather.
The festival will have a plethora of stages: the Planet Rock main stage, Prog In the Park, Grooverider, Outlaw Country stage and the Rising stage.
Festival favourites Saxon headline tomorrow, with the music starting at 4pm. Extreme, who have sold more than 15 million albums, will headline the fair’s main stage on Saturday, which is a UK festival exclusive.
Bearded rockers ZZ Top, who have kept the classic line-up of Dusty Hill, Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard for more than 45 years, will headline the main stage on Sunday.
Reef also play the main stage on Saturday, as do British Lion, featuring Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris. Also playing are the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, on the Outlaw County stage, Focus, The Gift, Ghoultown, Jessica Lynn, Vintage Caravan and The Picture Books.
ZZ Top will perform at the Ramblin’ Man Fair