Black Stone Cherry have been unveiled as the third and final Planet Rock Main Stage headliner at Ramblin' Man Fair 2019.
The Edmonton, Kentucky rockers will bring their rip-roaring live show to the festival on Saturday 20th July in what will be their second headline appearance at Ramblin’ Man following their triumphant performance in 2016.
Black Stone Cherry enthuse: “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!”
Also on the impressive Ramblin’ Man Fair line-up across the weekend are Beth Hart, Anathema, The Wildhearts, Living Colour, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Ritchie Kotzen, Pain of Salvation, Riverside, Koyo, Robert Jon and The Wreck, Orange Goblin, Crobot and Obsessed.
Having taken place over two days in late June/early July last year, the fifth Ramblin’ Man Fair moves back its traditional end of July slot on Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July 2019.
Once again Ramblin’ Man Fair is located at the stunning surroundings of Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent and tickets to the event are on sale from Planet Rock Tickets.
Already a rock institution, since its inception in 2015 Ramblin’ Man Fair has boasted performances from Whitesnake, Black Stone Cherry, ZZ Top, The Cult, the late-great Gregg Allman, Scorpions, Extreme, Mott The Hoople, Marillion, Halestorm, Myles Kennedy, Dream Theater, Saxon, Thin Lizzy, Thunder, UFO, Airbourne, Steel Panther, Europe, Uriah Heep, Procol Harum, Black Star Riders, Rival Sons, Joanne Shaw Taylor, The Cadillac Three and many more.
In addition to Ramblin' Man Fair, Black Stone Cherry play a very special show at Caerphilly Castle on Saturday 13th July. Tickets are still available right here.
The Ramblin’ Man Fair 2019 line-up (so far) is as follows:
Planet Rock Main Stage
The Darkness (Friday Headliner)
Black Stone Cherry (Saturday Headliner)
Foreigner (Sunday 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