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    Posted: 24 Nov 2021 at 2:35am
Tom Misch, Candi Staton, Sister Sledge, TLC and Lianne La Havas are amongst the names who will be joining Erykah Badu at Love Supreme Jazz Festival 2022

Love Supreme Jazz Festival has added a host of star acts to the line-up for next summer’s event, which returns to Glynde Place in East Sussex from July 1st – 3rd 2022.

Amongst the names confirmed so far for the expansive 2022 line-up are neo-soul superstar Erykah Badu (performing her only UK show of 2022), one of the biggest-selling female R&B groups of all time TLC, US soul queen Candi Staton and disco legends Sister Sledge

The festival is boasting a heavyweight line-up of acts from the UK’s thriving jazz, R&B and soul scenes, including Tom MischLianne La HavasEzra CollectiveFranc MoodyThe Brand New HeaviesJazz FM's UK Act of the Year Emma-Jean ThackrayMatthew HalsallNala Sinephro and Sarathy Korwar.  

The leading lights of international jazz will also feature in the form of Blue Note guitarist Julian Lage, the father of Ethio-jazz Mulatu Astatke and master US saxophonists Charles LloydGary Bartz and Rudresh Mahanthappa. Lloyd makes his debut at the festival with a band featuring guitarist Bill Frisell, Bartz will be teaming up with London six-piece Maisha to perform music from their acclaimed Night Dreamer Direct To Disc sessions, and Mahanthappa brings his incendiary fusion of western and Indian traditions.

More artists will be announced in due course including DJs, afterparties and cabaret.

Additional offerings at the festival will include a wellness and yoga area, secret swimming, organized hill walks across the South Downs, a host of activities aimed at children, the return of the long-table-style banqueting restaurant Lazy Bird Kitchen, the Supremium VIP area, which will offer a range of premium benefits plus the opportunity to watch exclusive artist performances, and the Jazz Lounge, which will present a range of artist interviews, talks, panel discussions and film screenings.

The festival will also see the return of an expanded Bands & Voices area, which presents cabaret, spoken word and swing dance lessons, and nestled away in the woods the Blue In Green area presents live music and DJs late into the night.

Love Supreme 2022: Line-up to date:

Erykah Badu - UK Exclusive Performance

TLC

Tom Misch

Lianne La Havas

Ezra Collective

Sister Sledge

Charles Lloyd feat. Bill Frisell

Candi Staton

Mulatu Astatke

The Brand New Heavies

Franc Moody

Gary Bartz & Maisha | Gary Bartz was the winner of the International Jazz Act of the Year at the Jazz FM Awards 2021 with PPL and PRS for Music

Matthew Halsall | Album of the Year nominee at the Jazz FM Awards 2021 with PPL and PRS for Music

Emma-Jean Thackray | UK Jazz Act of the Year winner at the Jazz FM Awards 2021 with PPL and PRS for Music

Julian Lage

Nala Sinephro

MF Robots

Sarathy Korwar

Isaiah Sharkey

Rudresh Mahanthappa’s Hero Trio

Soccer96

Bel Cobain

Georgia Cécile

Fergus McCreadie | UK Jazz Act of the Year and Album of the Year nominee at the Jazz FM Awards 2021 with PPL and PRS for Music

Mamas Gun

Joe Stilgoe & The Entertainers

Michael Janisch

Ife Ogunjobi

Rob Luft

Graham Costello’s STRATA

Corto.alto

Matt Carmichael

Archipelago | UK Jazz Act of the Year at the Jazz FM Awards 2021 with PPL and PRS for Music

Note: Additional names will be announced in due course.

Tickets start at £63 and are available from here

When is Love Supreme 2022?

Love Supreme Jazz Festival returns to Glynde Place in East Sussex from July 1st – 3rd 2022.

 

Please note, that tickets retained from 2020 or 2021 will automatically transfer to the festival's new dates in 2022.

from https://planetradio.co.uk 



Edited by snobb - 24 Nov 2021 at 2:37am
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