Early bird tickets have gone on sale for Love Supreme Jazz Festival a three day green-field Jazz Festival with camping for 15,000, that returns for a second year to Glynde Place, East Sussex, from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th July 2014.
There are no acts confirmed yet for the festival which combines a classic jazz bill with a modern boutique, green field experience and will once again offer audiences 3 days of acts from the four corners of the world of Jazz; from Funk to Soul, Blues to Fusion on four stages sahowcasing jazz greats, international legends, cutting edge artists and DJs.
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.
Ciro Romano, Festival Director and managing director of Neapolitan Music, said, "We are delighted to confirm that the Love Supreme Festival will return next year.
"The response from the public and media last year was overwhelming and I feel that we are creating something that's been missing and for which there appears to be a genuine demand."
Early bird tickets are priced at £89.10 for the weekend with camping, or £80.10 no camping. A junior aged (age 6-17 years) ticket with camping is priced at £54, and a child (age 0-5 years) is free. A campervan pass is £50, and a car park pass is £10.
An early bird family weekend camping (2 Adults + 3 Juniors) ticket is priced at £270.
Prices do not include booking fees.
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