The UK’s biggest outdoor jazz festival returns in July 2015 for three days of world-class music set against the stunning backdrop of Glynde Place in East Sussex.
Launched in 2013, Love Supreme quickly became one of the summer’s must-see festivals thanks to its spectacular setting and rave reviews.
The Guardian called it “The British jazz world’s Glastonbury” while the Independent said: “Love Supreme festival is a Woodstock moment for British Jazz.”
The festival boasts an accessible yet sophisticated mix of jazz, blues, soul, funk, hip hop and r&b.
Having enjoyed record attendance figures in 2014, with more than 20,000 music fans on site over the course of the weekend, the organisers have confirmed that the festival will return next year from July 3– 5 and are set to name a string of high profile headliners over the course of the coming months.
Festival director Ciro Romano said: “We are absolutely delighted to confirm that the Love Supreme Festival will return for its third year.
“We’ve been overwhelmed by the support we’ve received and by how popular the event has become in such a short space of time.
“Next year’s festival will undoubtedly be the biggest and best yet and we have some very exciting acts lined up.”
Early Bird tickets were available for a limited time from Thursday November 13.
Early bird ticket prices are: Weekend Adult Camping - £110 (regular price £135), Weekend Adult No Camping - £99 (£110), Family Weekend Camping - £300 (£320), Saturday Adult - £50 (£55) and Sunday Adult - £50 (£55).
Other options are available - details of all ticket prices can be found on www.lovesupremefestival.com
Last year the festival attracted headline acts such as Soul II Soul, De La Soul, Courtney Pine and Jamie Cullum, as well as hundreds of other acts who played during the weekend-long music festival. It was even nominated for ‘Line Up of the Year’ at the UK Festival Awards.
Camping options also included glamping, where tents are ready pitched for you and feature double beds, real mattresses, fresh bed linen and duvets.
The venue, Glynde Place, is a country house near Lewes. It is home to the VIIth Viscount and Viscountess Hampden and is an Elizabethan country house.
It was originally built in the mid 16th century, it has been lived in by only three families in over five centuries.