Thin Lizzy added to Ramblin’ Man Fair lineup

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Irish rockers Thin Lizzy have been added to the lineup of Ramblin’ Man Fair 2016 as Saturday’s special guests under headliners Whitesnake.

Featuring Ricky Warwick (lead vocals/guitar), Scott Gorham (guitar), Damon Johnson (guitar), Darren Wharton (keyboards) and Mikkey Dee (drums), Ramblin’ Man Fair will be the only time Thin Lizzy perform in the UK in 2016. The band will also be celebrating 40 years since the release of their album ‘Jailbreak‘.

2016 marks the return of Ramblin’ Man Fair in its second year, and will take place on 23rd-24th July. The festival boasts a massively diverse range of music, spanning from prog, to rock, to blues, to metal and almost everything else in between. The lineup was incredibly impressive for a new festival, and in 2015 was graced by massive acts across four stages, such as Gregg Allman, Dream Theater, Saxon, Sólstafir, Blue Oyster Cult and many others.

Ramblin’ Man Fair will be located 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. Accommodation includes glamping at The Ranch in Mote Park and camping at The Mote, with VIP facilities including a special bar with a viewing platform.

The lineup for Ramblin Man Fair 2016 as it stands so far can be seen below:


The festival still has many more bands yet to be announced, so watch this space for more updates soon.

If you’re interested in heading to the festival yourself, you can find more information at the following links below:

A variety of tickets, including day tickets, weekend tickets, VIP and camping passes can be purchased at the link below:

And you can purchase Ramblin’ Man Fair merchandise from their store here:

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