The Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul festival takes place in Moseley Park, Birmingham, from July 5 to 7.

Tickets have now sold out for the weekend shows, but there is still a limited supply of day tickets available for the launch on Friday, July 5 .

Sunday’s climax sees Nile Rodgers and disco act Chic take to the Main Stage, fresh from starring on the opening day at Glastonbury 2013, while the lineup also includes Soul II Soul, Snarky Puppy, Gogo Penguin, The Initiative and Mammal Hands.

The Jazzlines Stage will feature Lokkhi Terra, Richard Foote’s Young Pilgrims, Martin Trotman, Anthony Marsden, the Stella Roberts Quintet and the Jazzlines Ensemble.

One of the most influential acts of the disco era, Chic and producer Rodgers are best known for their classics Everybody Dance, I Want Your Love, Good Times and Le Freak.

Starting out with the late bassist Bernard Edwards in 1970 before becoming Chic in 1977, they enjoyed worldwide success a year later with Le Freak - famous for its lyric “aaah, freak out!” - before topping the charts in 1979 with Good Times.

Now centred on Rodgers, who is battling prostate cancer, alongside vocalist Sylver Logan Sharp, they are set to bring the curtain down on the final day of the Moseley spectacular.

Joining them on Sunday’s Main Stage are Soul II Soul, led by DJ Jazzie B, who scored two Grammy awards for their hits Back To Life and African Dance as well as four top 10 albums and worldwide sales of over six and a half million.

Also featuring are Texas-based instrumental fusion group Snarky Puppy, Manchester piano trio Gogo Penguin, diverse ensemble The Initiative and electronica threesome Mammal Hands.

Meanwhile London-based world music group Lokkhi Terra will bring their blend of Bangladeshi folk tunes, Afro-beat and Cuban rumba to the Jazzlines stage, along with brass ensemble Richard Foote’s Young Pilgrims and the Martin Trotman band.

Birmingham-based vocalist and songwriter Anthony Marsden will also perform his combination of contemporary pop and scat singing styles, while fellow local act the Stella Roberts Quintet and teenage group the Jazzlines Ensemble complete the line-up.