Anathema Confirmed To Headline Ramblin’ Man Fair 2019’s Prog Stage
They will be joined on the Prog In The Park stage by Polish outfit Riverside and Pain Of Salvation, with further artists to be announced.
Leading British prog rockers Anathema have been announced as headliners for the Prog In The Park stage at the 2019 Ramblin’ Man Fair. They will be joined on what is shaping up already as a strong prog line-up by Polish outfit Riverside and Pain Of Salvation, with further artists to be announced.
Aside from the Anathema announcement, Legendary US rockers Foreigner have already been announced as one of the main stage headline acts, while Beth Hart will headline the Blues stage.
Ramblin’ Man Fair organisers expressed their delight to have “one of the UK’s most revered progressive bands” headline the Prog In The Park stage. This year the festival will move back its traditional end of July slot on the 19, 20 and 21 July at Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent.
Tickets for this year’s event are available from the festival’s official website. Further artists will be announced in due course.
Ramblin’ Man Fair is an annual music festival celebrating classic and contemporary rock, progressive rock, blues and country. It is a rock festival designed for rock fans by rock fans and the organisers aim is to create the ultimate festival experience.
The festival 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, Ramblin’ Man offers the very best in food and drink, including their own beer festival. Our accommodation includes Glamping at the Ranch in Mote Park and Camping at The Mote. VIP facilities include a special bar with viewing platform.
Since its inception in 2015, Ramblin’ Man has hosted legendary artists such as Steve Earle, Whitesnake, Mott The Hoople, ZZ Top, Glenn Hughes, Gregg Allman, The Cult, The Zombies, Hawkwind, Jason & The Scorchers and Family. The event has been described by Classic Rock as “the best new festival in Britain”.