A capacity crowd of over 30,000 enjoyed a wonderful day out at the annual Ramblin’Man Fair, a Festival of Classic Rock, Prog, Country and Blues in the beautiful 450 acre Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent.
For legendary rock band Thin Lizzy – reformed this year for a handful of concerts to celebrate 40 years since the release of their groundbreaking ‘Jaibreak’ album, as well as observing the 30th anniversary of their band leader Philip Lynott’s death, it was an emotional homecoming.
The band’s original member, Scott Gorham commented that “it was indeed a day to remember – and thanks to our friends at Neuschwansteiner, who so kindly have supported our band in the past a big thank you for contributing your ‘kick-ass‘ beer to make the celebrations extra special.”
Scott and his band ‘Black Star Riders’ had already enjoyed our Neuschwansteiner beer during their 2015 UK tour and took us not only backstage but also ON STAGE at the Rambling Man Fair!
During a fantastic festival weekend, the outstanding line-up Ramblin’ Man Fair included:
Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, Europe, Airbourne, Black Stone Cherry, Blurred Vision, Frost, Ginger Wildheart, Hayseed Dixie, Hawkwind, IO Earth, King King, Lifesigns, Procol Harum, The Fierce and The Dead, The Graveltones, The White Buffalo, Uriah Heep, Von Hertzen Brothers and Walter Trout
Christian Seitz, CEO and founder of Neuschwansteiner, says: „’Backstage’ is already very special, but to be actually on stage at such a fantastic festival like ‘Rambling Man’, with one of the world’s greatest bands like ‘Thin Lizzy’ is just incredible. We will gladly join them at future concerts may it be backstage, on stage or on their tour bus”
Pictures curtesy PG Brunelli