London's outdoor dance event South West Four Weekender returns to Clapham Common, on the August Bank Holiday Weekend of Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August 2016 for its 13th year.
Saturday headliners Rudimental, and Dizzee Rascal, plus Andy C, Nero, Armand Van Helden, Boys Noize, Tchami, Disciples, DJ Zinc, Blonde, Camo & Krooked, Delta Heavy, Roni Size & DJ Krust, Rene La Vice, Sub Focus, Wilkinson, A-Trak, Oliver Dollar, Claptone, Redlight, Knife Party, Amine Edge & Dance, Bondax, Camelphat, DJ Ez, Flux Pavilion, Friction, Gorgon City, Kidnap Kid, Pete Tong, Shadow Child, NVOY, MistaJam, Klingande, Danny Howard, MK, Netsky, and Noisia - all also confirmed for the first day.
Sunday headliners The Chemical Brothers (Live), plus Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Four Tet, Bakermat, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons, Sister Bliss, Maribou State (DJ Set), David Squillace, Route94 vs Secondcity, Cirez D, Booka Shade, Cuartero, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed, Jonas Rathsman, Mar-T, Hunter/Game, Maya Jane Coles, Black Coffee, Nicole Moudaber, Will Saul, Lauren Lane, Guy J, Yotto, Jamie Jones vs Joseph Capriati, Paul Kalkbrenner, Recondite, Sasha, and Sven Väth.
Amnesia’s Together will host the Main Stage, there will be a brand new SW4 Live Stage, RAM will return to host a stage, plus Gorgon City will host a stage in a world festival exclusive.
Starting at 11pm, the official SW4 after parties showcase a line-up of DJs each night.
Day tickets are priced at £62.50 for Sunday day tickets (+ booking fee), and tickets for the weekend were priced at £117.50 and have sold out, as have tickets for Saturday which were priced at £65. Last year tickets completely sold out.
There is no camping at SW4. South West Four usually teams up with hotels in the area to offer discounted rooms rates.
More information will be here when available.
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