THE Jacksons paid a tear-jerking tribute to late brother Michael as the R&B dynasty closed the show at Love Supreme jazz festival on Saturday night.

The all singing all dancing Jackson clan roundly delighted with a masterful medley of hits including Don’t Stop Till you Got Enough, I’ll be There and ABC.

While the Jacksons played to the crowd and were not shy to ramp up the schmaltz, jazz fusion pioneer Herbie Hancock took no prisoners with his freewheeling cosmic jams at the Big Top.

Before him, Canadian quartet BadBadNotGood represented the young guard, with their cerebral take on contemporary jazz.

Corrine Bailey Ray brought positive energy and uncontained joy to her sunset performance on the main stage, the singer a relative veteran, signature ballad Just Like a Star now more than 10-years-old.

Micah Paris drew a huge crowd for a first Ella Fitzgerald repertoire while pixie like Nao laid down the electo funk in the afternoon haze.

The festival drew a good natured and diverse crowd, from serious jazzers and the more general fan to the 80-year-old birthday parties and inebriated youths.

Man of the moment Jeremy Corbyn even made a cameo appearance, if not in person than in the now infamous chants last heard at Glastonbury.

The party went on late into the night for those with stamina, disco don Joey Negro raising the arena with wall to wall anthems and Nightmares on Wax a little more esoteric in the woodland area.

Max Alderton, 31, of Hove, said: “I really have enjoyed myself.

“In this divided time, I’m delighted to come to a festival where everyone just seems to get on, irrespective of age, gender or race.

“To be among such beautiful, talented and creative humam beings makes one thankful to be alive!”