The sixth annual Ramblin’ Man Fair, hosted by promotors Spirit Of Rock, have announced a further tranche of acts to add to an already impressive lineup for 2020.
Lancashire based four-piece Massive Wagons will play the Main Stage on Friday 17 July. Massive Wagons are one of the most exciting new rock acts to emerge on the scene with feel good rock anthems such as Billy Balloon Head, Back To the Stack and China Plates becoming staples of rock radio. The band have established themselves as a stunning live act with a series of festival performances and support slots to the likes of Status Quo, Blackberry Smoke and The Dead Daisies. 2019 saw them release the critically and commercial acclaimed Full Nelson album and undertake a sold out UK headline tour.
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons will also play the Main Stage on Friday. The ex-Motorhead legend and his band including Phil’s sons Todd, Dane and Tyla, plus vocalist Neil Starr, are a wonderful punch to the face gritty rock act. Formed in 2015, the band’s debut album The Age Of Absurdity was released in 2018 on Nuclear Blast Records to widespread critical acclaim.
The acts announced today now complete the main stage lineup for Friday 17July as Clutch (headline, Who Wants To Rock set), Monster Truck (special guests), Massive Wagons, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Bad Touch and Hands off Gretel.
Today’s announcement also completes the Blues Stage for Sunday 19 July as Clutch (headline, Sound Attack set), Eric Gales, Samantha Fish, The Inspector Cluzo, the Connor Selby Band and Blindstone.
Already confirmed for the Grooverider Stage on Sunday 19 July are Hawkwind (headliner), Grand Magus (special guests), Vintage Caravan, The New Death Cult, and Crown Lands.
The full Prog In The Park Stage lineup is complete with Big Big Train (Headliner), Curved Air (Special Guest), Pure Reason Revolution, Moon Safari, Lazuli and Blurred Vision.
Meanwhile, Clutch complete their three-set festival residency with a Semi-Acoustic An Afternoon At The Doom Saloon set on the Main Stage on Saturday 18July.
With these announcements, Ramblin’ Man Fair is shaping up to be an incredible 2020. The Fair will take place 17-20 July 2020.
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