SW4 Festival headliners and line-up announced

PUBLISHED: 13:32 24 February 2016 | UPDATED: 13:32 24 February 2016

SW4 Festival

SW4 Festival

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Headliners and supporting acts have been announced for London’s long-running SW4 festival.

The South West Four event, on Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28 will see the cream of global dance music descend on Clapham Common.

And a duo who are no strangers to Hertfordshire will be leading the charge.

Chase & Status, who have previously played at The Forum Hertfordshire, in Hatfield, will be performing alongside deep house stars Gorgon City and MK and D’n’B chart-botherer Rudimental on the Saturday.

There will be four arenas on the first day, called ‘Welcome to Gorgon City, ‘Together’, ‘RAM’ and ‘SW4 Live’.

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The Sunday also sees an eclectic mix with massive headliners the Chemical Brothers, trancers Above & Beyond and Cirez D, Paul Kalkbrenner Sven Vath and Sasha.

The festival is set to be bigger than ever with enormous arenas and stages.

A spokesman said: “From solo performances to full touring bands, each and every performer will bring Clapham Common to life in a London festival exclusive.

“Immersed in astounding production to create a breath-taking experience, the gigantic stage will add a new dimension to SW4.”

* For more information and tickets, visit http://www.southwestfour.com/


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