Love Supreme Festival Announces Spectacular Line-up for 2024

Chaka Khan, Kool & The Gang, Joss Stone, Mahalia and Sergio Mendes among first wave of acts

By Michael Ruyter | Published: Thu 30th Nov 2023

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Daily capacity: 15,000
Last updated: Thu 30th Nov 2023

After celebrating its 10th anniversary edition last year, Love supreme festival is set to return to Glynde Place in East Sussex with a sensational line-up of stars from across the jazz, funk, and R&B spectrum.

Included in the first wave of names that have been announced so far are the 10-time Grammy-winning Chaka Khan, who will headline the Sunday night in celebration of 50 years in music. Also confirmed are 70 million-selling US funk outfit Kool & The Gang, powerhouse UK vocalist Joss Stone, Brazilian pianist composer, and bandleader Sergio Mendes, British R&B star Mahalia, US psychedelic soul band Black Pumas, who were nominated for 'Best New Artist' at the 2020 Grammys, the trailblazing, inspirational husband and wife vocal duo The War & Treaty, Grammy-winning blues sensation Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram, and London-based Australian soul singer Jordan Rakei, whose much anticipated new album is due out on Decca Records in 2024 ahead of a sold out show at The Royal Albert Hall.

A selection of the world's most revered contemporary jazz acts will feature across the weekend including multi-award-winning US vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant, visionary multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello, who recently received a string of rave reviews for her Blue Note Records debut The Omnichord Real Book, Mercury-nominated Scottish pianist and Jazz FM Instrumentalist of the Year Fergus McCreadie, Japanese pianist Hiromi with her Sonicwonder project, Blue Note drummer Johnathan Blake, the 8-time Grammy-winning US bassist Christian McBride, and "fusion's greatest drummer" Billy Cobham, who will perform at Love Supreme shortly after celebrating his 80th birthday.

After celebrating its 10th anniversary edition last year, which saw crowds in excess of 60,000 in attendance across the weekend, the Love Supreme Jazz Festival – Europe's largest outdoor jazz festival – is set to return next summer to the Glynde Place in East Sussex with a typically world-class line-up of stars from across the jazz, soul, funk and R&B spectrum.

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