Festival hits right note
A PACKED line-up of emerging musical talent helped pull in crowds of teenagers into Gloucester Guildhall for the Underground Festival.
Returning for its fourth year, the weekend event was an opportunity to showcase some of the hottest talent.
Young fans queued from 6.30am on Saturday, almost seven hours before the festival was due to open.
Many were waiting to catch a glimpse of headline act Lewis Watson. Other bands included Superfood, Night Engine, Seasfire, MT, Kid Karate and Mallory Knox.
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James Wilkinson, 15, from Churchdown, said: "I've heard a lot about Lewis Watson, and there are a lot of people here to see him."
Ciara Oakes, 15, from Tewkesbury said: "It's a great atmosphere and there is a lot of variety in the bands."