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Love Supreme stage splits

28 / 05 / 2013
Love Supreme stage splits

We are pleased to announce details on the stages at Love Supreme this summer.

There will be three stages and a bandstand: the Main Stage, the Big Top and the Arena will all host some of the finest Jazz and Soul from all over the globe.

The Big Top is a floored and seated big top tent where you will find the cream of international jazz artists. This is one of the only seated tents at any 3 day camping green-field festival in the UK. Featuring artists such as  The Robert Glasper Experiment,  Melody GardotMarcus MillerBranford Marsalis Quartet, Courtney Pine and many more this is the perfect place for any jazz enthusiast to sit back and enjoy some of the finest that the genre has to offer.

From big bands to big hits, The Main stage boasts some of the most well regarded names in music, from international legends to the hottest up and comers in Jazz & Soul. Headlining the Saturday will be the UK premiere of Bryan Ferry & The Bryan Ferry Orchestra with Jools Holland & His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra closing proceedings on the Sunday. Also look out for Brand New Heavies, Michael Kiwanuka, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires and the legendary Chic feat. Nile Rodgers.

By day the Arena is where you will discover acts that are constantly pushing the limits of jazz and soul.  Some of the most exciting and esoteric young performers can all be found in The Arena. This is where you can catch Portico Quartet, Roller Trio, Troyka, Andreya Triana and many more.

By night The Arena is the ultimate dance area with parties hosted by White Mink vs. Peppermint Candy, Funky Sensation DJ’s and Brighton club night Jazz Rooms. Keep your eyes peeled as we will be announcing the brilliant line up for Saturday night brought to you by White Mink vs. Peppermint Candy very soon.

We have also partnered with The Verdict for our Bandstand to bring some of the best local talent to Love Supreme.

You can now purchase tickets in store at Resident in Brighton.

For weekend ticket click here. 

For Saturday ticket click here. 

For Sunday tickets click here.  

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It is with a heavy heart that we announce the festival’s 8th edition will be postponed and will now take place 2nd - 4th July 2021.

Read the full statement, including line up confirmed so far, here.

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