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Countdown to Love Supreme Jazz Festival

 

This story is posted in partnership with Jazzwise

 

The Love Supreme Jazz Festival is set to run from 3 to 5 July 2020. Joining the already announced Anita Baker, The Isley Brother & TLC are Sunday headliners The Roots and a brand new project from Tom Misch & Yussef Dayes plus Sister Sledge, Candi Staton and many more!

With such a wealth of new and legendary talent across all stages, this year’s festival will be three days of pure musical immersion. See your heroes, catch that artist you heard on the grapevine were the next big thing or just follow your ears and find something brand new.

The music is complemented by numerous on-site activities with a kids’ area for families, wellbeing sessions, yoga and dance classes, a food village plus the on-site Rough Trade record store. Camping and glamping options are available as well as day and full weekend tickets. Jazzwise are media festival partners. For full details visit www.lovesupremefestival.com

For full details visit www.lovesupremefestival.com


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Every month Jazzwise’s acclaimed team of writers takes you on the journey of your life: from the cutting edge of contemporary jazz, mainstream, fusion and free-jazz to jazz electronica and world music with hot news, gossip, nationwide gig guide, major features and the UK’s most authoritative reviews section. From the outer edges to the inner circles Jazzwise is committed to discovering new talent as well as extensive coverage of today’s scene and expansive retrospectives of jazz’s vibrant past. You simply can’t afford to be without it.

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