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Mid Sussex Battle of the Bands Final 2013

2013 Battle Of The Bands Result Sends Crowd Clucking Mad!

3rd March 2013
By Peter Chapman

A sell-out crowd at the Martlets Hall enjoyed a night of high quality muscial performances as seven bands really raised their game as they battled it out for the 2013 Mid Sussex Battle of the Bands title.

The seven finalists were...

Konfuzion
Konfuzion



Thunder Lightnin'
Thunder Lightnin'




Protest




Another Happy Landing



White Wire
White Wire




Metal Chickens



Man Feelings
Man Feelings



Relive the announcement of the winners through this video:



The Result
The winners and runners-up were decided by a panel of judges and the audience vote.
Bands were ranked by the judges 1st -7th with 7pts for the best and 1 pt for their least favourite. The same process was used with the public vote. The points were then added together to reach the final totals.

The result was...

1st
Metal Chickens
2nd
Protest
3rd
Thunder Lightnin' / White Wire

All four bands will now support The Last Carnival at the Martlets Hall on Friday 15th March as part of the Burgess Hill Fairtrade Festival.


Metal Chickens - The 2013 Mid Sussex Battle of the Bands winners!!!

robert egglestonEvent Organiser Robert Eggleston:
"I must confess that I was totally knackered after Battle of the Bands but it was totally worth it.

We had seven great young bands, a full house and a really great atmosphere.

Reviving Battle of the Bands was a spur of the moment thing but there is an obvious need in Burgess Hill to provide this sort of event for young teens and families.

I'm already looking at how the concept can be developed and what we can do for Battle of the Bands in 2014."


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