I’ll go right ahead and re-blog this one now. Download 2016 is over, and I’m sad. What a freaking awesome show \m/ can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year, and of course you should definitely check out my review of Download Sunday, below! Thanks as always for your support x
In a whirl of pelting rain, mud and grimy punters, we trekked straight to the front of the Lemmy stage for Halestorm, the first of Sunday’s acts that we wouldn’t miss for struggling with tent poles and backpacks to get the car packed up early. There are were a few earlier bands on that would have been great to catch, but prior experience sitting in queues to get out of Donington until 3am in morning told us that getting packed up early was a savvy idea, and with the deluge not letting up, camping through until Monday didn’t seem remotely desirable.
Halestorm proved to be a big wildcard, starting with a crowd sparse enough that we were able to grab a spot at the very edge of the front barriers, but within two or three songs, Lzzy Hale’s voice had captivated an entire arena, and breathing space was scarce. There…
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