Anathema have been unveiled as the headliners of Prog In The Park at Ramblin’ Man Fair 2019.
The much-revered progressive band, who released their 11th studio album ‘The Optimist’ to widespread critical acclaim in June 2017, will be bringing their mesmerising live show to the hallowed turf of Mote Park next July.
Led by brothers Daniel and Vincent Cavanagh, along with drummer John Douglas, singer Lee Douglas and keyboardist/drummer Daniel Cardoso, the Liverpool band’s heady musical brew encompasses prog, post-rock, gothic metal and more.
Also taking to Prog in the Park are Polish purveyors of atmospheric progressive rock, Riverside, and mighty Swedish progressive metallers Pain Of Salvation.
Pain of Salvation
Having taken place over two days in late June/early July this 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 the official Ramblin’ Man Fair website.
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.