Rock fes­ti­val will be big­ger than ever

Kent Messenger Maidstone - - NEWS -

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

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