A dedicated schedule of programmes will broadcast music highlights and interviews
The seventh annual Love Supreme Jazz Festival gets underway this Friday (5 July) in partnership with Jazz FM. Jeff Young, Nigel Williams, Anne Frankenstein and Jamie Crick will be broadcasting for 24 hours from our iconic double-decker Routemaster bus studio, next to the main stage, with music highlights and backstage interviews throughout.
With temperatures set to hit 25 degrees, over 40,000 music fans will descend upon the Glynde Place estate in East Sussex (near Lewes) to celebrate the best in British and international jazz, soul, funk and blues. This year's headliners include MS. Lauryn Hill, Gladys Knight, The Cinematic Orchestra. Jamie Cullum, Snarky Puppy, Chick Corea, Louie Vega and Madeleine Peyroux. Orphy Robinson MBE, Makaya Mccraven, Steam Down and Cassie Kinoshi's SEED Ensemble, are among the Jazz FM Award winners performing. Chris Philips and Jez Nelson will present their Jazz in the Round series for a third year and Jazz FM DJ’s Jeff Young, John Osborne, Anne Frankenstein and Tony Minvielle are taking over the Arena stage on the Friday night.
A limited number of tickets are still available from www.lovesupremefestival.com, otherwise full coverage will be on Jazz FM Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on-air live with…
Saturday 6th July
1000-1400 – Nigel Williams’ Saturday Show
1400-1800 – Anne Frankenstein
1800-2200 – Jamie Crick
Sunday 7th July
1000-1400 – The Journey with Jeff Young
1400-1800 – Nigel Williams
1800-2150 – Jamie Crick's Love Supreme Highlights Show