South West Four add David Guetta, and Eric Prydz

plus Dubfire, Timo Maas, Sander Kleinenberg, and more

published: Tue 21st Apr 2009

Simian Mobile Disco

Saturday 29th August 2009
Clapham Common, London, SW4 9DE, England MAP
£40 - SOLD OUT
last updated: Tue 28th Jul 2009

David Guetta, and Eric Prydz have been confirmed for London's outdoor dance event South West Four which returns to Clapham Common on Bank holiday Saturday 29th August for its sixth year.

The two DJs are confirmed as appearing on the main stage joining the previously announced headliners who are Sasha & Digweed. Other additions to the main stage line-up are Mark Knight, Scarlett Etienne, and special guest Sander Kleinenberg.

Dubfire, Timo Maas, and Steve Lawler have been confirmed as appearing on The End Presents 'Shake It' Stage which is a new addition for 2009.

Other previously confirmed acts include Layo & Bushwacka!, Danny Howells, Nic Fanciulli, Nick Warren, James Lavelle, Jim Rivers, and Anil Chawla. There are still more acts to be announced.

Tickets for the one day event are on sale priced at £40. To buy tickets, click here.

Weekend Tickets are now also on sale for the whole Clapham Weekender which includes South West Four and Get Loaded in the Park. Get Loaded in the Park takes place on Clapham Common the day after on Bank Holiday Sunday 31st August and features a line-up including Orbital, Royksopp, Laurent Garnier (live), Miss Kitten & The Hacker (live), Booka Shade (live), Pendulum (dj set), Felix Da Housecat, Chase & Status, Crookers, The Bloody Beetroots, Rob da Bank, Steve Aoki, Eddy Temple Morris, Esser, Trip and Marina & The Diamonds.

Weekend Tickets are priced £70. To buy a weekend ticket, click here.



Saturday 29th August 2009
Clapham Common, London, SW4 9DE, England MAP
£40 - SOLD OUT
last updated: Tue 28th Jul 2009


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