Motown legends The Jacksons will be closing the main stage on the Saturday night of this years Love Supreme festival at Glynde Place near Lewes.
The band, who will be celebrating their 50th anniversary, join Sunday’s headliner Gregory Porter on the bill.
Laura Mvula, also returns to the festival following her performance in 2014 and the Robert Glasper Experiment will return to Glynde Place for the first time since 2013.
Making their Love Supreme debuts are Brit Award-nominated Nao, Canadian jazz/hip-hop band BadBadNotGood and soul stars St Paul & The Broken Bones.
The UK scene is represented by Yussef Kamaal, Mammal Hands and saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings, who will bring three projects to the festival this year in the form of Shabaka & the Ancestors, Sons of Kemet and the Mercury-nominated Comet is Coming.
Joining them is US trumpeter Christian Scott, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Hot 8 Brass Band, Jordan Rakei, Clare Teal, Makaya McCraven, Michael Wollny, Charenee Wade and many more.
The festival runs from 30 June – 2 July and weekend tickets start from £132 without camping.