Ramblin’ Man Fair have announced Black Stone Cherry as the Saturday night main stage headliner. Black Stone Cherry bridge the gap between the blue collar craftsmanship of dirty, blues-y, pedal-to-the-metal Hard Rock steeped in the ancestral lineage of Southern Rock and the warm, broad embrace of the rock radio mainstream. The band’s substantial catalogue include the critically acclaimed current studio album, ‘Family Tree’, plus their eponymous debut, ‘Folklore And Superstition’, ‘Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea’, ‘Magic Mountain and ‘Kentucky’, as well as hit singles such as ‘Lonely Train,’ ‘Blind Man,’ ‘White Trash Millionaire’, ‘Me and Mary Jane’ and ‘The Rambler.’
The group’s southern-tinged style and homespun attitude connected particularly well overseas, where its last four albums hit No. 1 on the U.K. rock charts, with both ‘Kentucky’ and ‘Magic Mountain’ debuting in the Top 5 on the U.K. album chart overall. We are delighted to have them as our Saturday Headliners!”
Black Stone Cherry say – “We are beyond excited to be making our second appearance at Ramblin’ Man Fair! We absolutely love this festival and the music and fans it accommodates!!!! Peace, love and southern rock n roll!”
The festival will take place in the beautiful Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent – the garden of England. The park is one of the largest in South East England with more than 450 acres of mature parkland and a 30-acre lake. With multiple travel links via train (Ashford International, Maidstone East and Maidstone West in close proximity) and road (with three park and rides available around Maidstone). The festival site is also perfect for European festival goers with easy links to the London airports, Eurostar via Ashford Int’l and Channel Ferries to and from mainland Europe.
Ramblin’ Man Fair will take place on 19th, 20thand 21stJuly.
Tickets are available at the link below:
2019 Line Up so far……..
BLACK STONE CHERRY (Headliner)
THE DARKNESS (Headliner)
THE WILDHEARTS (Special Guest Friday)
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
BETH HART (Headliner)
Prog in the Park Stage
Pain of Salvation
Robert Jon and The Wreck