AN INDOOR music festival in Slough saw artists and DJ’s step into the spotlight to showcase their talent in the town.

Love Music Love Slough hosted a busy day of fun-filled entertainment in the former B&M store in the Queensmere Shopping Centre on Saturday, March 19.

The event was part of the LOVE Slough festival, run by HOME Slough, to give local talent a platform to perform to the crowd.

Journalist Sabrina, Mike The Hyype and Britwell Youth Community Project student, Poppy Jo hosted the festival and introduced the acts on stage.

Organiser and music producer Stevoss said there was a great turnout on the day.

He said: “It was a fantastic day, it was busy all the way through which was great, and we had so many positive messages and comments from people saying we need more stuff like this happening in Slough.

“There was a real community feel throughout the day and the quality of talent on display was great.”

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Stevoss added the event was like a “breath of fresh air” for the town.

“We had a solid team of people, great stewards and the shopping centre was great as well,” he said.

“I think it’s important we see more of this in the area over the next couple of years, especially in the town square, and I want to see the council more involved in these events too.”

Stevoss explained the more the town square is used outside the shopping centre, the more footfall the town will have.

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He said: “We need to see more put on in Upton Court Park too, I would love to see a good community event put on there.

“Bring Slough back to what is was like before and I really want to see the town being used to its full potential.”