Nine most excellent bands performed their hearts out, gave fans a fantastic day, hopefully sold some merchandise to support them, and I’m sure gained many new fans.
But it’s not over yet! The final band introduction of the day quite rightly is reserved for Jodie Bowie, the brains and brawn driving this amazing one day, weatherproof, festival. In answer to her question…YES we want a NozFest 2024! Pretty please.
That only left Jodie to introduce the first female NozFest headliner, the honour of which went to Chez Kane. Coming on stage to Def Leppard’s Pour Some Sugar On Me, Chez quickly took over with I Just Want You which was reminiscent of Heart. Chez powered her way through twelve songs, many of which were from her already released second album, including Love Gone Wild and Ball n’ Chain. The penultimate song tonight took the title track Powerzone which had the audience singing along. Her self-proclaimed ‘sexy song’ Get it On was from her debut album, as was her closing and therefore last song of the festival Rocket on the Radio. The band and audience clearly had a good time.