MUSICIANS, artists, and performers will all be part of a “jam-packed” indoor music festival in Slough, a music producer has said.

Part of the LOVE Slough initiative, celebrating all that’s good about the town, this free music event is set to take place at the former B&M store in the Queensmere Shopping Centre on Saturday, March 19.

Stevoss Music and HOME Slough have teamed up to create the indoor festival, which will be hosted by journalist Sabrina, Mike The Hyype and Britwell Youth Community Project student, Poppy Jo.

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The line up includes a range of local creatives as well as some celebrities who will be showing their face throughout the day.

Stevoss, founder of Love Music Hate Violence, said: “Slough is full of creativity and lots of homegrown talent.

“Many DJ’s, singers, rappers, and dancers have come out of this town and have gone on to do great things.”

The festival will run from 11am to 6pm. 

Stevoss added: “Over the years I’ve had the chance to see stars rise up, not only that I’ve also had the privilege of working with some of these remarkable individuals and supporting them on their creative journey.

“I’ve also seen the heart of Slough change, I have seen it go from a busy high street with popular shops, bars, restaurants and a thriving nightlife with lots of youth culture to community centres and youth clubs being closed down along with high street retail just simply disappearing.”

Stevoss explained seeing Slough go through change over the past two decade has ultimately had a knock-on effect on the town’s morale.

And he said it’s also affected Sloughs’ visible creative output.

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“I promised to make it part of my mission to stand up for the arts in our town and seek out others who shared a similar vision to me,” he said.

“I have learnt many creative individuals were finding it difficult to be visually seen as being active in Slough as there were not many places for them to go and network with other artist or even practice, record, or perform.”

Stevoss added HOME Slough has created an opportunity to bring change in the area and is very excited about the event.

He said: “The day will be jam packed with back to back performances along with DJ filling the segments in between the artists.

“We have a huge line up for the public to enjoy, the atmosphere is guaranteed to be electric and I can’t wait.”