Hard rockers Airbourne are the latest act to be added to the line-up for the Ramblin' Man Fair this summer.
The band, who have been walking the rock ‘n’ roll path since their early teenage years, will play the main stage as special guests on the Sunday of the festival, to be held in Mote Park, Maidstone, from Friday, July 19 to Sunday, July 21. They last played the festival in 2016.
It will be its fifth year in the park this summer, with acts last year including Mott the Hoople and Steel Panther laid on by organisers Spirit of Rock.
Airbourne frontman Joel O'Keeffe said: "And Ramblin' Man rambles on. I love the electricity that’s burning like a bushfire here. Gutsy people come here to work, gutsy bands and gutsy people come here to rock out and at some point we’ll all fully let loose and live it up to the max amongst a packed weekend of mega rock."
Also announced is cult Americana artist Jesse Dayton, who will play the Outlaw Country Stage.
To book tickets and see the full line-up go to ramblinmanfair.com