05 Jun 2019
A bunch of reasons to bag an exclusive student ticket with native to do August bank holiday weekend right
Get ready to dance at one of London’s best dance music festivals to date with a line up to match! Celebrating the diversity of London’s electronic music scene, the two-day festival is back again in Clapham Common to start your bank holiday in an exuberant style.
With artists as big as Craig David, Chase & Status, The Prodigy and more this festival is not one to be missed.
Including special guests Idris Elba, Example and more TBA, 2019’s line up will have you partying all day and night long.
Here’s just a few of the artists we cannot wait to see:
Headindlining this year after his debut appearance in 2017, Tinie Tempah has elevated himself to worldwide stardom. Launching ‘Pass Out’ and ‘Miami 2 Ibiza’ straight into the charts his plausible lyrics and production creates a sound that has well established his global presence.
The young and upcoming female artist makes her debut appearance at SW4 this year! Kicking into the charts with her unforgettable debut single ‘Finders Keepers’ has skyrocketed her career to new heights. Landing in the UK Top 10 and earning her first platinum record we can expect a remarkable live performance this year.
A DJ who mesmerises global crowds with his signature take on house music is returning to this year’s line up! His remarkable sets have performed at Glastonbury and Elrow to name a few. We’re thrilled to party with him this August bank holiday.
With incredible success and well deserved reputation as one of the best DJs to date, Andy C is joining us for another year at South West Four and we cannot wait.
Need we say more? Chase & Status have reached worldwide heights, headlining well renowned festivals such as LoveBox and the like. We are excited to see the return of them this year with astonishing world-wide hits like ‘End Credits’ and ‘Blind Faith’.
Leading the UK grime scene alongside the likes of Devlin and Stormzy, Wretch 32 will be laying down a faultless performance. Going from strength to strength he’s released standout albums and worked with the biggest names in the music industry. Wretch 32 is not to be missed.