Love Supreme 30 Jun - 2 Jul 2017 Glynde, East Sussex
£59.40 - £247.50

Love Supreme FESTIVAL IS...

Family Friendly / Field / Jazz
30 Jun - 2 Jul 2017 Glynde, East Sussex


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Love Supreme is a 3 day greenfield jazz festival held in the first weekend of July in the stunning surroundings of Glynde Place, East Sussex.

Love Supreme is one of Europe's finest open air jazz festivals, showcasing an eclectic variety of top quality acts across multiple stages.

Love Supreme is the only weekend camping jazz festival in the UK, offering the full festival experience whilst also welcoming day-trippers and non-camping weekend visitors.

The festival launched in a sun drenched weekend in July 2013 and has hosted artists such as Van Morrison, Chic ft Nile Rogers, Bryan Ferry, Jamie Cullum, Bryan Ferry, Gregory Porter, Laura Mvula, Marcus Miller, Hugh Masekela, Esperanza Spalding, Chaka Khan, Branford Marsalis, Melody Gardot, Robert Glasper, Jools Holland, Snarky Puppy, Earth Wind and Fire, Courtney Pine and many more.

The festival was the brain child of former record executive Ciro Romano:

“The idea was to meld those great European jazz festivals like North Sea Jazz, London Jazz Festival and Montreux with the culture of the UK camping music festivals like Latitude, Bestival or Green Man all of which I love.

I felt there was a gap in the market for something which celebrated jazz, soul, funk and the mark it has on contemporary music and that there might be an audience out there who wanted more than chart fodder”.

There’s also DJs and club nights, talks and lectures, panels, classic album playbacks, films, dance classes, kids areas, VIP experiences, camping, and fairground… it’s an immersive musical weekend which has quickly built a loyal and dedicated following.

Love Supreme was co-founded by Jazz FM with support from Ingenious, Serious, Air PR, Universal Music, Peppermint, Larmac Live,  Event, and Loud Sound.

The festival is roughly 20 minutes from Brighton and an hour and a half from central London by train or by car.



The Jacksons, George Benson, Gregory Porter, Herbie Hancock

Laura Mvula, BADBADNOTGOOD, NAO, Robert Glasper Experiment, St Paul & The Broken Bones, Christian Scott, Hot 8 Brass Band, Jordan Rakei, Comet Is Coming, Sons Of Kemet, Yusseff Kamaal, Lee Fields, & The Expressions, Michael Walling Trio, Clare Teal & The Mini Big Band, Mammal Hands, Makaya McCraven, Shabaka & The Ancestors, Charenee Wade, Michael Janisch's Paradigm Shift, Ashley Henry Trio

Glynde Place, Glynde, East Sussex, BN8 6SX, UK


The Main Stage – This is where you’ll catch the headlining acts. Expect crossover artists, soul legends and massive headliners all in the open air. This year’s acts include:

Saturday: The Jacksons, NAO, Lee Fields And The Expressions

Sunday: Gregory Porter, George Benson, St Paul & The Broken Bones, Hot 8 Brass Band

The Big Top – Here you’ll see performances from a collection of the very best international and UK jazz artists. This year’s acts include:

Saturday: Herbie Hancock, BADBADNOTGOOD, Michael Wollny Trio, Shabaka And The Ancestors, Clare Teal & Mini Big Band

Sunday: Robert Glasper Experiment, Laura Mvula, Christian Scott, Charenee Wade, Michael Janisch Paradigm Shift

The Arena – where you will find younger artists pushing the limits of what jazz, soul and funk is in the present day

The Bandstand – Hosted by the Verdict Jazz Club, The Bandstand showcases the best jazz from East Sussex and Brighton.



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