Love Supreme Jazz Festival 2013

Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2013
Glynde Place, Glyne, East Sussex, BN8 6SX, England MAP
£110 weekend with camping, junior (6-17) £60, under 5s free
Daily capacity: 15,000
Last updated: Thu 2nd May 2013

The new Love Supreme Jazz Festival a three day green-field Jazz Festival for 15,000, takes place at Glynde Place, East Sussex, from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2013.


Latest additions Charles Bradley & his Extraordinaires, Terence Blanchard, Eric Bibb, Ryan Quigley Big Band, Troyka, Arun Ghosh, Kitten & The Hip, Oli Rockberger, and Brass Jaw.

The Bryan Ferry Orchestra will headline Saturday also confirmed are Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, Marcus Miller, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, Michael Kiwanuka, Melody Gardot, Esperanza Spalding, Brand New Heavies, The Soul Rebels, Gwyneth Herbert, Lucinda Belle Orchestra, Three Trapped Tigers, Kairos 4Tet, Matthew Lee, Courtney Pine, Gregory Porter, Portico Quartet, Roller Trio, Gogo Penguin, Naturally 7, Branford Marsalis Quartet, Robert Glasper Experiment, Neil Cowley Trio, Snarky Puppy, Andreya Triana, Soweto Kinch, Phantom Limb, Zara McFarlane, and White Mink vs Peppermint Candy.

The line-up will feature a classic and contemporary bill programmed in association with international live music producers, the first acts will be announced before the end of the year, and will feature a blend core and cutting edge jazz artists, crossover jazz musicians and also feature acts from the worlds of soul, blues and funk.


Tickets are priced at £110 for the weekend with camping, or £100 no camping. A junior aged (age 6-17 years) ticket with camping is priced at £60 or £50 without camping, and a child (age 0-5 years) is free. A campervan pass is £50, and a car park pass is £10.

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More info

The Love Supreme Jazz Festival will offer four stages (main stage, a unique green-field festival indoor floored and seated Jazz stage, a 'Discovery' stage and a dance stage).

The Love Supreme Jazz Festival revives a tradition of open-air jazz festivals that stretches back to 1956, when the Beaulieu Festival was launched at Lord Montague's country house in Hampshire. Others followed, including the National Jazz and Blues Festival, which started during the 1960s, changed its musical style and evolved into today's Reading and Leeds Festival.

The first of its kind with camping for more than 20 years, the Love Supreme Jazz Festival will provide food from around the world, luxury and standard camping, chill out and relaxation zones, and family friendly activities.

Get discovered

Love Supreme is searching for a future music star to open the first day of the festival. The 'Discovery' competition will see entrants shortlisted by a panel of judges. Those wanting to enter must make their submissions before 15 May 2013. Each submission will need to include: YouTube (or similar link) of one track being played live. A SoundCloud link of an audio file of the same or a different track, so the judges can hear a higher quality recording, and a 300 word 'covering letter' with details about the act. The final shortlist will be open to a public vote via Facebook from 20 May to 2 June. The winner will be announced on 3 June.

More information will be here when available.

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