The first acts have been announced for Ramblin' Man Fair, which serves up classic rock, country, southern rock and blues at Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent at an earlier date in 2018, on Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July.
The first confirmed acts are all UK exclusives, and has Steve Earle & The Dukes as headliner of the Outlaw Country Stage with an "exclusive 'Copperhead Road' plus hits set", and all on the main stage are Halestorm billed as 'Sunday special guest', Blackberry Smoke, and Sons of Apollo, with all being UK exclusives. There's many more acts still to be announced.
Tickets are on sale, with a Saturday & Sunday entrance ticket (camping not included) priced at £156. Please see below for other prices.
All camping & vehicle tickets are for camping Fri/Sat/Sun nights.
camping adult: £49
camping under-12s; £10
Car parking: £24
Motorbike parking: £10
Live-in vehicle person pass (one needed per person): £49
Live-in vehicle under-12s pass (one needed per person): £10
Live-in vehicle campervan pass (one needed per vehicle): £15
Live-in vehicle motorhome / car & caravan pass (one needed per vehicle): £25
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