Love Supreme, Europe’s largest outdoor jazz festival, has announced an additional raft of names for this summer’s event.

Breakout star Olivia Dean will headline the festival at Glynde Place on Saturday, July 6, following a whirlwind 12 months in which she was nominated for three Brit Awards including Artist Of The Year, was named as a BBC Music Introducing Artist Of The Year and released a Mercury-nominated debut album.

It will be her first festival headline show.

The 24-year-old will line up alongside ten-time Grammy-winning Chaka Khan, who is touring in celebration of a milestone 50 years in music.

She will headline on the Sunday night.

The Argus: Joss StoneJoss Stone (Image: Submitted)

Also included in the latest round of additions are 100 million-selling Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dionne Warwick, seminal acid jazz outfit Galliano, South London singer-songwriter Joel Culpepper, singer (and one-third of Motown Records’ famed group Blaze) Josh Milan, Irish five-piece Bricknasty, British soul singer Alice Russell, alternative singer-songwriter and guitarist Rosie Frater-Taylor and US rapper and producer Noname.

The Argus: Chaka KhanChaka Khan (Image: Submitted)

The newly announced acts join the 70 million-selling US funk outfit Kool and The Gang, whose string of international hit singles includes Ladies Night, Celebration, Jungle Boogie and Get Down On It, vocalist Joss Stone, Brazilian pianist, composer, and bandleader Sergio Mendes, British R&B star Mahalia, who headlines on the Friday evening, US soul band Black Pumas, who were nominated for ‘Best New Artist’ at the 2020 Grammys, husband and wife vocal duo The War & Treaty, Grammy-winning blues sensation Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram, and London-based Australian soul singer Jordan Rakei, whose new album is due out on Decca Records in 2024 ahead of a sold-out show at The Royal Albert Hall.

A selection of the world’s most revered contemporary jazz acts will feature across the weekend including multi-award-winning US vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant, multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello, who recently received a Grammy for her Blue Note Records debut The Omnichord Real Book, Mercury-nominated Scottish pianist and Jazz FM Instrumentalist of the Year Fergus McCreadie, Japanese pianist Hiromi with her Sonicwonder project, Blue Note drummer Johnathan Blake, the eight-time Grammy-winning US bassist Christian McBride, “fusion’s greatest drummer” Billy Cobham, who will be performing his Time Machine project shortly after celebrating his 80th birthday and one of the UK’s most esteemed jazz singers Jacqui Dankworth.

More acts are to be announced for the festival which takes place from July 5 to 7.