25 more acts have been revealed for the 7th edition of Love Supreme Jazz Festival, Europe's biggest outdoor jazz festival, which takes place at Glynde Place, in East Sussex, from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2019 and features some of the biggest names in jazz, soul, R&B and beyond.
Newly announced is Grammy-winner Louie Vega & The Elements of Life, electro-swing collective Caravan Palace, New Orleans 5-piece Tank and the Bangas, pianist Christian Sands Trio, Australian quartet The Teskey Brothers, and from Chicago there's both of Makaya McCraven, and Marquis Hill Blacktet.
There's acts from the UK with Gogo Penguin, Mahalia, Brand New Heavies, Tenderlonious, Maisha, Joe Armon-Jones, Theon Cross, Steam Down, and SEED Ensemble, while Orphy Robinson presents Van Morrison's 'Astral Weeks' - the 50th Anniversary concert. Other acts include a Louie Vega (DJ set), along with Charlotte Dos Santos, Judi Jackson, Tim Garland Group, Chip Wickham, 30/70, Marisha Wallace, Duncan Eagles, and Adrien Brandeis.
They join the previously announced acts, who are Gladys Knight, Lauryn Hill, Jamie Cullum, Snarky Puppy, Madeleine Peyroux, Chick Corea, and Kamaal Williams. There's more to be announced.
Alongside the music there's also afterparties; the Jazz Lounge, which will feature artist Q&As, panels, exclusive album playbacks and film screenings; a number of kids areas including the vintage funfair; early morning salsa classes; the Jazz in the Round stage; the Verdict Bandstand; Bands & Voices cabaret and spoken word stage; late night jam sessions; long table banqueting; secret swimming and much more.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult (16+) weekend with camping: £154
junior (aged 6-15) weekend with camping: £90
child (aged 0-5) weekend with camping: free, but needs ticket
adult (16+) weekend no camping: £125
Campervan: from £65
All prices are subject to booking fees. A payment plan is also available.
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