New bands rock gig night in Brandon
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Twenty up and coming rock stars brought live music to the people as the debut of a new gig night took place.
Brandon Leisure Centre was rocking last Friday as the Music Arts Project held the MAP Brandon Gig Night for the first time.
The 100-strong audience was treated to sets from a range of performers, including Curtis Cronin, Seven Lies Safe and Through Dead Eyes.
Nathan Jones, of Arts Development in East Cambridgeshire, who delivered the event, said the show was 'amazing'.
'It was an amazing show with almost a hundred people watching or performing. The bands all delivered great sets with the venue being perfectly suited for the event. We hope even more local bands come out of the woodwork to sign up for the next one.'
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The next Brandon Gig Night is on April 4.
To find out more, email email@example.com or visit an MAP session at the Harvey Adams Centre in Wimbledon Avenue on Saturdays.
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