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Festival Guide: South West Four 2019

South West Four life.

The best DJs on planet earth lay siege to Clapham Common from 24-25 of August this year and you better act fast if you want to be involved in summer’s frantic and fantastic finale.

So what’s South West Four then?

Widely regarded as the final dance of the summer, tens of thousands of dance music fans descend on Clapham Common for two days of the hottest electronic, hip hop and more across August bank holiday weekend. 

The festival boasts 10 carefully curated stages filled with the most dominant acts in the world and this year a record-breaking number of artists will make their SW4 debut. 

Where’s it happening?

Clapham Common, and what’s the postcode? You guessed it, SW4. It’s an ideal location for the masses of dance music fanatics, non-camping but the transport links and available accommodation outlets are exceptional. 

It’s a massive site with loads to do, many amazing amusements, rides, food stalls, installations and more, BUT South West Four has thrived for so long because of the sound, the lights and most importantly the music.

Who’s playing?

There are chart toppers and underground heavyweights, exciting prospects and critically acclaimed live performers in attendance.

This year South West Four boasts five exclusives including… 

In a world exclusive, Pendulum Trinity will headline this year’s festival. 

Martin Garrix will perform his only London show of the year at SW4 this summer. 

Craig David brings TS5 to a festival for the first-ever time. 

Chase and Status bring their Return II Jungle show to SW4 in a London festival exclusive 

Plan B makes his only London festival appearance at SW4 this summer. 

Also appearing over the weekend will be Tine Tempah, Andy C, Ms Banks, Mabel, Oliver Heldens, Sigma, Yungen, Armand Van Helden and loads more. 

See the full line up poster below. 

I want in! South West Four sounds brilliant and I want a ticket.

We’ve got you covered, get your tickets through Ticketmaster.co.uk

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