Festival: Ramblin' Man Fair 2016 // Mote park, kent

With a line-up like that, how can you not put Ramblin' Man Fair 2016 in your calendar? Undoubtedly one of the strongest UK festivals of 2015, in its first year of operations, year two is another cut above, and it looks like it's going to be the best of the year!

About Ramblin' Man, by Ramblin' Man

On July 23 and 24, 2016, there is only one place to be. Ramblin’ Man Fair is an annual music festival celebrating classic and contemporary rock, progressive rock, blues and country.

Ramblin’ Man Fair – brought to you by Spirit Of Rock – has a unique philosophy. It is a rock festival designed for rock fans by rock fans. Our aim is to create the ultimate festival experience.

Ramblin’ Man Fair has the perfect location in Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent – close to London and easily accessible from continental Europe, and surrounded by beautiful English countryside. In addition, we offer the very best in food and drink, including our own beer festival. Our accommodation includes Glamping at the Ranch in Mote Park and Camping at The Mote. And our VIP facilities include a special bar with viewing platform.

No wonder that Ramblin’ Man Fair is described by Classic Rock magazine as “the best new festival in Britain”.

The first Ramblin’ Man Fair, last summer, provided so many great memories. The Scorpions celebrating their 50th anniversary with their first UK show in more than a decade. Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Gregg Allman performing on a British stage for the final time. The Prog Stage lit up by Marillion, Camel, Anathema and Jethro Tull legend Ian Anderson. The Blues Stage graced by Bernie Marsden and Joanne Shaw Taylor. The Outlaw Country Stage rocked by Jason & The Scorchers and Shooter Jennings. And over the two days, so many other great performances – from such diverse acts as Rival Sons, Dream Theater, Saxon, Blue Oyster Cult and The Temperance Movement.

For 2016, Ramblin’ Man Fair has an outstanding line-up of great acts from across the world. Airbourne, Black Stone Cherry, Blurred Vision, Europe, Frost, Ginger Wildheart, Hayseed Dixie, Hawkwind, IO Earth, King King, Lifesigns, Procol Harum, The Fierce and The Dead, The Graveltones, The White Buffalo, Uriah Heep, Von Hertzen Brothers, Walter Trout and Whitesnake

In the words of Led Zeppelin, we ramble on…