It probably goes without saying that its unlikely any two people will have watched the same bands over the duration of the festival, and therefore no two people will have had the same experiences.
Frontman Robin Zander, dressed head to foot in what looked like a white air force uniform with the stars and stripes tucked into his side, looked and sounded like the epitome of an American rock star.
Closing the Ramblin’ Man Fair for 2018 were the Cult, who ironically turned out to be the surprise of the day for many.
I vacated the site with friends old and new and fond memories, some recent, some from the distant past but all conjured up by an emotive combination of music and good company
Words by Karen Hetherington Main Picture Credits: Sophie Lily Hextall Photography Additional Picture Credits & Words: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media Since its conception in 2015 the Ramblin Man has been regarded as my favourite festival bar none, however, the negativity on social media in the run up to this year’s event could hardly fail […]
For me though, RMF have a winning formula, in a unique melting pot, in a fantastic location. The eclectic mix of sounds on the various stages combined with the relaxed atmosphere makes it the perfect event for Ramblers of all ages.
Fortunately Ramblin Man has four stages running simultaneously and as I have found over the last 3 years this affords the opportunity for plenty of pleasant musical surprises.
Devin Townsend is a peripatetic. A musician, vocalist, songwriter and producer, his career has been highlighted by an ability to veer from one musical style to another with effortless brilliance.
The Ramblin’ Man Fair was the definitive highlight of my musical year in 2015 and with this year’s event seeing the addition of an extra stage, meaning even more excellent bands on the bill