Love Supreme festival 2021 cancelled

Organisers of Love Supreme festival which takes place at Glynde Place said they are ‘devastated’ to announce the event will not take place this year.

Thursday, 6th May 2021, 2:52 pm
Updated Thursday, 6th May 2021, 2:53 pm
Crowds at Love Supreme in 2018. Photo by Jon Rigby
Crowds at Love Supreme in 2018. Photo by Jon Rigby

In a statement on their website, organisers said they had been ‘exploring all avenues’ to make the jazz festival happen this summer – but said it would not be possible due the pandemic.

Instead, Love Supreme will return in July 2022.

The statement read: “Over the past few months we have been exploring all avenues to make Love Supreme happen this summer. We are devastated that we will not be able to go ahead in 2021.

“We pride ourselves on bringing you a world class line up year after year, uniting incredible artists from around the globe in the beautiful surroundings of Glynde Place.

“However, due to international travel restrictions and ongoing factors surrounding COVID-19, it will still not be possible this summer.

“We simply would not be able to deliver a Love Supreme that lives up to our own and your expectations.

“Love Supreme will now take place from 1st to 3rd July 2022.

“We are working on rolling over our line up to next year and, as well as adding new names, will be sharing artist announcements and plans with you as we look forward to a bigger and better return in 2022.

“Tickets for 2021 will automatically transfer to the new dates and you will be contacted directly by your ticket agent with more details, including our refund process, in the next 24 hours.

“We are so grateful to everyone who has kept their tickets with us over the past year. You are the heart and soul of Love Supreme and we can’t wait to see you in Glynde in 2022.”