Glynde Place Tickets

Glynde, East Sussex,  GlyndeBN8 6SXGB

Venue Information

Venue Details

Parking

If you want to bring your car to Love Supreme Festival you'll have to buy a car parking space. You can do this when buying your tickets.



Public Transportation
By Bus:

For those travelling in from Brighton, an hourly shuttle bus service will be running to the site from Brighton Station from 12pm to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.

A continuous service will be running from the site to Brighton via Lewes from 8pm to 1am so you won‘t have to worry about getting home.

By Train:

Glynde Place is a 5 minute walk from Glynde station. Trains go to and from London Victoria, Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings regularly. Check the national rail enquiries journey planner for regular updates and timetables.

Accessible Seating

Love Supreme Jazz Festival Info:

Love Supreme is located in the beautiful village of Glynde at Glynde Place. It is accessible to visitors with mobility impairments as the site is mainly level access with a few slight inclines and short cut grass. Please take the weather into consideration when planning what to bring as it can have an impact on mobility due to muddy patches etc

There is a blue badge parking area in the main car park, this does not need to be pre booked but you must have your blue badge on display. Please follow signs for Public Car Park.
We allow camping guests to park in the accessible campsite

Disabled Campsite Area:

Follow road signs for ‘Pick-up/ Drop-off’. On arrival at the Pick-up/Drop-off area please make yourself known to stewards who will arrange an escort to the accessible campsite.
You can drive and park vehicles in the disabled campsite area but you will not be able to drive out of or in to the accessible campsite during peak egress from the event (approximately 8pm – midnight each day).
The accessible area in the campsite will have accessible toilets. An accessible shower unit is located at the general toilet block by the entrance to the arena (around 100m away from the accessible campsite entrance).
We are unable to offer electrical hook-up to tents or campervans however you require a charging point for a wheelchair, refrigeration for medical items or anything similar then this can be arranged via the Welfare Tent.

Viewing Platform:

There are viewing platforms by the main stage and at the back of The Big Top tent. While the platforms are of a relative size for the number of guests we are expected, spaces are limited and operate on a first come first served basis. We ask that at busy times that users only invite one guest onto the platform.



Children Rules

Love Supreme Jazz Festival:

Children aged 16 or under need to be accompanied by an adult over 21. Children under 5 go free and kids aged between 6-17 can buy a Junior Ticket which is discounted from the adult prices.

Miscellaneous

On Saturday and Sunday the first acts will be on around midday, with the headliners finishing at around 10:30. There will then be DJs and other entertainment until approximately midnight.

What happens if I lose my wristband?
Report this straight away to the onsite box office.

Are Chinese lanterns, flares, fireworks or campfires allowed?
No.

Can I bring a small BBQs or stove to cook food?
Yes you can bring camping stoves however you are only permitted to use them in the designated cooking areas which will be signposted in the campsites. Do not use cookers or disposable BBQs inside your tent or awning. Carbon monoxide can kill. No naked flames. Cooking on built-in stoves in campervans will be permitted.

You may bring: Disposable BBQs, Gel Fuel Stoves and Hexi Stoves (Solid Fuel Block).

Can I leave the arena and return?

• Weekend Non Camping ticket holders are not permitted re-admittance to the festival within the same day, so once you have been in, should you decide to leave you will not be able to re-gain access. Day ticket holders with medidcal conditions are permitted to leave the arena and return.

• Camping ticket holders may leave and re-enter the festival to access their car during the event but may not re-enter the campsite or arenas with alcohol from the car park.


What's your food and alcohol policy?
• Camping ticket holders may bring food and alcohol into the campsite for personal consumption. Glass is not allowed on the site but you may bring cans and tinned food.
• No alcohol or food will be permitted to be taken into the festival arena from the campsites.
• Camping ticket holders may leave and re-enter the festival to access their car during the event but may not re-enter the campsite or arenas with alcohol from the car park.

• Day ticket holders may not bring alcohol or food into the festival arena.

• Day ticket holders are not permitted re-admittance to the festival within the same day, so once you have been in, should you decide to leave you will not be able to re-gain access.

• Weekend Non Camping ticket holders may not bring alcohol or food into the arena. No glass is permitted in the festival arena soft drinks must be decanted into plastic containers.
• Weekend Non Camping ticket holders are not permitted re-admittance to the festival within the same day, so once you have been in, should you decide to leave you will not be able to re-gain access.

What is not allowed on site?
No weapons or air horns.


Are there water points on site?
Yes.

What medical facilities will be available on site?
There will be a medical tent onsite in the arena.

What stalls/shops will be operating on site?
There will be a wide variety of stalls and shops operating on site.

Is there phone charging available on site?
Yes.

Are there showers on site?
Yes, there are showers available to VIP Campers and Glampers in the Boutique campsite but do be prepared for a queue. Campers are advised to bathe at off-peak times such as the afternoon when it's quieter.

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