BANGOR – Whether it is kickboxing tournaments, wrestling or live performance. Bangor has seen people from all over looking to make a name for themselves.
You have seen Limitless Wrestling, but while the high flyers are not in the ring, why not watch an original live band during intermission. The Lost Art Entertainment Production is working with Limitless Wrestling to showcase local talent – helping those looking to make a name for themselves.
“We put on shows on throughout Maine and New Hampshire and work with Limitless Wrestling,” said Will Hesketh, the founder of Lost Art Entertainment, “We help cross genres and get local music people into local wrestling and local wrestling into local music – it helps to build both brands.”
But what does a live performance look like during a wrestling match?
“Have like a match or two and then over on the side we have music,” he said, “So that people who are there for the music can get integrated to the wrestling and see what’s going on there.”
They work with original music artists from all stages and with Bangor being a hub for local music – this is the perfect opportunity to help people demonstrate their talent.
“There’s just so many good musicians. So many fans that love coming out and seeing bands – this gives them something and safe to do,” said Hesketh, “No matter what you’re going through, music always seems to be one of those things that can get people through something.”
Both Limitless Wrestling and Lost Art Entertainment are fast growing. They bring in known wrestlers like former WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes and music artist that are touring. Showing that, if you have passion – anything is possible.
“They dedicate themselves (and) they take time. It takes a lot of money to do these types of things,” he said, “Just trying to give back to those and give them something to do and a place to showcase themselves to those people.”
Lost Art Entertainment will be having their first Christmas Showcase this Friday at Union Street Brick Church. Doors open at 7p.m. and It starts at 7:30 p.m. It costs $10 in advance and $12 at the door.