Hawkwind will headline next summer's music festival Ramblin' Man Fair when it returns for a fifth year.
The event returns to Mote Park in Maidstone from Friday, July 17 to Sunday, July 19, 2020.
Following on from this summer's successful festival, which saw The Darkness, Black Stone Cherry and Ugly Kid Joe rock out with crowds of thousands, will see Hawkwind play a 50th anniversary show, on the Grooverider stage on the Sunday.
The band, who last played in 2016, famously introduced the music world to Lemmy Kilminster who went on to say it was where he learnt to become a good bass player. "It was where I learned I was good at something,” he said.
Founder member Dave Brock will bring the band, whose iconic records include In Search of Space, Space Ritual and In the Hall of the Mountain Grill, to the fair.
Other acts include Big Big Train who will headline the Prog in the Park stage while Canadian four piece Monster Truck will be the main stage special guests on the Friday night.
The band's last studio album, True Rockers, was released in late 2018 and featured a cameo from Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider on the lead single.
Curved Air, Blurred Vision, Vintage Caravan, The New Death Cult, and Crown Lands will also play.
Ramblin’ Man Fair has become a must for rock fans and a firm favourite on the festival calendar.
Tickets are available now at ramblinmanfair.com/buy-tickets/