The Maze played host to the official Meat Fest 15 and there was a days’ worth of music and meat to go around, and all under one roof. A lot of fresh new talent and definitely worth the entry ticket alone.
Numerous artists from both Nottingham and surrounding areas performed in every corner of the venue, and with much BBQ and new music on offer, there wasn’t too much to complain about. Playing upstairs were Harrison Rimmer and Issac Bloomfield who gave an intimate gig to small crowds of people, some of whom were lucky enough to grab a space of the sofa amidst a slightly smoky room. Brotherly duo of two names We Are Kin/The Davies Brothers and Adam Zareba put on performances in the acoustic corner put on amazing sets. Zarebra managed to pull off a trick with the infamous ‘Friends’ theme tune and made an entire room clap. The two amazing female solo artists Laura Allison and Lauren April gave off flawless performances.
Remaining downstairs Same Streets, Creatin’ Havoc, Billy Reynolds and Green Hill Zone kept the atmosphere going and everyone rocking with both rock and bass, the smell of sweat, adrenaline was in the air and there was buckets of energy going around. It was official headliners of the night Our Saving Day who helped finish the night and showed people how to rock the Nottingham way.