The Halo Group has announced a new partnership with the organisers of Ramblin’ Man Fair, a two-day festival featuring classic rock, progressive rock, country and blues music.
The event is set to bring the boutique festival concept to the rock market. The Halo Group will be responsible for creative production at the event including site styling, structures, temporary venues, arenas and art installations.
“We are immensely excited about the prospect of getting involved in this huge project,” said creative director Sam Matthews. “The organisers are renowned and well respected and have many years experience in producing festivals so getting in at a grass roots level to assist them in
founding a brand new concept is incredibly exciting. We have some big plans for the festival which we will be introducing over a number of years”.
The Organisers added that Ramblin’ Man Fair will feature a main stage but will move away from the claustrophobic crowds of the mega-festivals and with The Halo Group’s help will create an environment where “the rock fan can immerse themselves in their musical passion all weekend.”
Ramblin’ Man Fair is billed as an annual celebration of classic rock, prog, country and blues, bought to you by The Rock Collective and TeamRock.
This year’s event will be headlined by Scorpions, Deam Theater, Saxon and Blue Oyster Cult.
Ramblin’ Man Fair, the key facts:
SATURDAY JULY 25-26 2015, MOTE PARK, MAIDSTONE
ATTENDANCE: 30,000 SITE STYLING : THE HALO GROUP MUSIC ARENA’S: MAIN STAGE, PROG STAGE, COUNTRY/BLUES OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: TENT & VIP, REAL ALE FESTIVAL, GREAT FOOD, CINEMA, TALES FROM THE TOURS, MEET AND GREETS, HOTEL, GLAMPING PACKAGES