This past weekend my husband and I traveled out of London and down to the waterfront of Brighton. A few of our favourite musicians were playing at the Love Supreme Jazz Festival only 20 minutes from Brighton at Glynde Place so we decided to check it out. It was an amazing day with perfect weather. Glynde Place in itself is worth visiting if you’re close to Brighton. The 16th century Elizabethan country house made for the perfect back drop for the festival where you could camp out if you were staying for the entire weekend. The house has been lived in by only three families in over five centuries and is currently under renovations. Every performance from the festival was memorable, however my favourite by far went to Gregory Porter and I highly recommend going to one of his shows if he is playing near you. We wiggled our way to the front row for both him and Esperanza Spalding.