The third birthday of the Luton in Harmony initiative was celebrated on Saturday with street dancing, music, cake and conversation.
The event saw tunes from Tropical FM’s DJ Lee Drummond on the decks, and the sweet sounds of the Dallow Primary School Choir.
The choir are the current holders of the Luton in Harmony trophy following their award winning performance at the Lighting up Luton schools choir competition.
Other local artists confirmed include James Deacon, who has written a Luton in Harmony song, singer-songwriters Tamara Evelyn and Teela Hughes, and Luton’s very own street dance crew – Unseen Shadows.
People who take the Luton in Harmony pledge commit to making friends with people from different backgrounds and promoting their own beliefs in a spirit of peace and harmony.
Lloyd added: “Thousands of local people have backed the initiative over the past three years by wearing a badge or signing the pledge, helping make the campaign the success it is today.
“Luton in Harmony is here to stay and it’s going to get bigger and better.”