Love Supreme Jazz Festival is the UK's only camping jazz festival, inspired by the great European jazz festivals such as North Sea Jazz and The Montreux Jazz Festival.
Bringing this unique spirit to the UK, Love Supreme combines it with the camping culture of the likes of Latitude and Bestival, resulting in a festival that includes on-point lineups but also a host of extra activities to get involved in.
And not limited to just jazz, the festival also embraces the worlds of soul and funk, while laying on a diverse series of talks and lectures, panels, classic album playbacks, films, dance classes, as well as a dedicated kids area.
Glynde Place is an Elizabethan Manor House in Lewes, just 11 miles from Brighton.
Glynde Place is just a five minute walk from Glynde station. Trains run to Glynde from London Victoria, Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings regularly. If you are travelling from further afield, your journey will likely require at least one change.
Glynde Place is just 11 miles from Brighton and can be reached via the A27 or B2192. If you are travelling from London, take the M23 and head towards Brighton. Turn off at the A27 and head towards Eastbourne, where you will see signs for Glynde near the Beddingham roundabout.
Those aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. Children under 5 go free, and kids aged between 6 and 17 can buy a Junior Ticket at a discounted price.