Colour of Noise, Cats In Space, Massive Wagons, City Of Thieves, Naked Six, Mason Hill, Dirty Thrills, Illustr8tors, Stone Broken, Will Wilde, Wicked Stone, and Bigfoot are confirmed for the Rising Stage featuring UK up-and-coming acts at Ramblin' Man Fair returning for a 2nd year to Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July 2016.
Spirit Of Rock Director Chris Ingham said, "With all the concerns over our collective tomorrows with the Brexit, Ramblin' Man Fair invites you to chill out and take a more reassuring view of the UK’s horizon. Having seen all these bands kick out the jams recently, we can predict with an absolute certainty that the future of UK rock 'n roll is secure. It's a diverse line-up: a true mix of styles across two days, but it's absolutely packed with quality. Miss 'em at your peril!"â¨â¨
They will join the previous acts confirmed, who are Whitesnake, Europe, Thin Lizzy, Ginger Wildheart, Black Stone Cherry, Airbourne, The Graveltones, Von Hertzen Brothers, Procol Harum, Hawkwind, Hayseed Dixie, Sebastian Bach, The Cadillac Three, Ginger Baker's Airforce 3, Purson, The Kentucky Headhunters, Headspace, Inglorious, Thunder, Family, The Answer, Whiskey Myers, Hogjaw, Road Dog, Pat McManus, The Zombies, Walter Trout, Uriah Heep, Blurred Vision, The Fierce & the Dead, Frost, IOEarth, Warren Haynes (Blues Stage Headliner), The Supersuckers, Tax The Heat, Simo, and Sons of Royalty, The White Buffalo, King King, and Lifesigns.
For the line-up details as available see the Ramblin' Man Fair line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £130 for the weekend, with under 12's free. A single camping pass is priced at £49. A motorbike pass is £10, a car park pass is £24, a motorhome pass is £25, a campervan £15, and a caravan pass is £20.
The limited number of early bird tickets (already sold out) for 2016's event by previous owners UK Rock Collective will be honoured by Ramblin’ Man Fair under Spirit of Rock.
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