Published: 10:00, 02 December 2016
Bearded rockers ZZ Top will headline the third Ramblin' Man Fair in Maidstone next summer.
The two-day festival, which will be held in 450-acre Mote Park on Saturday, July 29 and Sunday, July 30, 2017, attracts thousands of rock fans to the County Town.
ZZ Top will headline the main stage, in a UK festival exclusive.
One of the most recognisable bands, they formed in Texas in 1969, and have kept the classic line-up of Dusty Hill, Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard for more than 45 years, selling more than 50 million albums since their debut album in 1971.
Monster Truck and Jared James Nichols will also be on the main stage, with Kansas headlining the Prog in the Park stage, Magnum and Joanne Shaw Taylor as Blues Stage headliner.
There will be four stages over two days, with new for 2017 will be a Guest stage.
Ramblin’ Man Fair is owned by music event company Spirit of Rock.
Festival director Chris Ingham said: "Last year's Ramblin' Man Fair was a huge success in all areas. We promised that we would up the ante for 2017 and the team at RMF HQ can guarantee that the bill that has been assembled will hit every lifelong rock fan's sweet spot."
Weekend tickets cost £150 and £250 for VIP.
For details and to book visit ramblinmanfair.com
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