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Example And Sigala Among Final Acts Added To South West Four Line Up

Friday, 29 March 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

The final acts have been announced for this year's South West Four.

Following a sold out 15th anniversary edition last year, the London electronic festival will return to Clapham Common in London for another two-day party over the August Bank Holiday Weekend. 

Head below to check out the latest additions to the line up.

What? A two-day electronic music festival featuring performances and DJ sets from some of the world's hottest artists, DJs and producers.

Where? Clapham Common in London.

When? August 24 - 25.

Who? The final acts to join the line up are Example, Sigala, Elderbrook, the Magician, Holy Good, Martin Jensen, What So Not, Dynoro, M-22, and Marvin Humes.

Pendulum were the latest headliner to be confirmed and will top the bill on the main stage on the festival's last day. Also performing on the Sunday will be Bru-C, Champion, Darkzy, DJ Semtex, Kanine, Lazcru, Mr V, P Money, Problem Central, Redlight b2b Zinc, Skepsis, Rough Tempo, Russ Splash, Sammy Virji, Steel Banglez​, TS7, Turno, Window Kid, and special guest Rezz.

They'll play alongside previously announced headliners Martin Garrix, Craig David, Chase and Status, Tinie Tempah, and Plan B, as well as Wilkinson, Basement Jaxx, Jax Jones B2B Martin Solveig, Ms Dynamite, Alison Wonderland, Amine Edge and Dance, Armand Van Helden, Eli and Fur, Madam X, Mason Collective, Nina Las Vegas, Tchami x Mala, Alix Perez B2B Spectrasoul, Switch: Hype & Hazard, Black Sun Empire, CASISDEAD, Devlin, Friction presents Connections, Shy FX Ragga Muffin Sound System, Andy C, Mabel, James Hype, Wiley, Wretch 32, Oliver Heldens, Sigma, Ms Banks, Yungen, TQD, My Nu Leng, SASASAS, Big Zuu, Nathan Dawe, Brockie and DET Experience, DJ Ron, Randall B2B Doc Scott, Seani B, Masicka, Kabaka Pyramid, DISCIPLΞS, Jauz, Bakermat Live, Noisia, Knife Party, Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo (aka Anti-Up). Check out the poster below for the full line up.

The Prodigy have been removed from the line up following the recent passing of Keith Flint. Festival organisers said: "“We are devastated, as fans first and foremost, and our hearts go out to Keith’s friends, family and band members at this difficult time.”

Tickets? Day and weekend tickets are on sale now. Click here to get your South West Four tickets through Stereoboard.

Head here to find out more about South West Four.

South West Four Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat August 24 2019 - LONDON Clapham Common
Sun August 25 2019 - LONDON Clapham Common

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