LoveBN1Fest is set for a singalong to remember on Sunday 5th August, with the news that the mighty Jess Glynne will treat the crowd to her anthem-filled set of big summer ballads.
Making her name with the sultry power-pop vocals to Clean Bandit’s 2014 Grammy Award winning anthem ‘Rather Be’, Glynn scored another number one earlier that same year on Route 94’s ‘My Love’. The following year, Jess topped the singles charts five times with the release of her debut album ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ – making her only the second ever British female solo artist to achieve this feat, after Cheryl. More recently, she teamed up with Tinie Tempah on last year’s chart smash ‘Not Letting Go’.
Glynne’s success is down to her unique ability to turn stories of heartbreak into big, bold crowd-pleasers – be they piano-backed ballads or synth-heavy house anthems. She has credits greats such as Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse, Mariah and Whitney as providing her inspiration.
“The reason the music seems to be finding an audience is because I found something different, which was always my intention,” Glynn said. “I found me. This is it. I couldn’t be prouder of it.”
LoveBn1Fest is the brand new Pride Sunday Festival on Preston Park helping raise extra funds for the Pride Social Impact Fund and bringing all our communities together.
LoveBN1Fest will celebrate everything Brighton and Hove and bring all our communities and Rainbow families together for an afternoon of fun on the park. Featuring main stage headliners Nile Rogers & Chic and more to be announced, performance and dance tents, family tents, circus skills, cabaret, spoken word, Community stalls and food village, accessibly tent and WellBeing area.
Sunday 5th August 2018
Preston Park, Brighton
14.00 – late