London's essential electronic weekender
Named after the post code of the Clapham area, South West Four has cemented itself as one of the most important electronic weekenders of the summer period.
As the crowning glory of the London clubbing calendar, expect the biggest names in electronica to journey for this dance fiesta with a packed programme of exclusive appearances, debuts, live shows and one-off back-to-back sets.
There will be four stages, both open air and tented, where DJs, labels and promoters will pull together the best in house, trance, techno, minimal and electronica for a two days of full-on dance action.
Add in some fairground rides, bars, eateries and enough after-parties to keep London awake until dawn and clubbers won’t just want to visit the capital for the weekend - they’ll want to move there.
Come join the city clubbers tribe...
Above & Beyond, Alesso, Arty, Booka Shade, Fedde Le Grand, Jamie Jones, Magda, Markus Schulz, Pauk Kalkbrenner, Sasha, Super8 & Tab
Deadmau5, Eric Prdyz, Andy C, Catz N Dogz, Claude Vonstroke, Heidi, Laurent Garnier, Marceo Plex, Marco Carola, Maya Jane Coles, MK, Netsky Live, Skream
South West Four takes place on Clapham Common and each summer it turns the grassy park into a world-beating, outdoor club with four tented and open air stages, food stalls, bars and fairgrounds rides. Situated in South London, Clapham Common is well served by all forms of public transport and is easy to reach by underground and overground trains, road and air.
Clapham Common, London, SW4, United Kingdom
South West Four will run from 1200-2230 on Saturday 23rd August and 1200-2200 on Sunday 24th August. There is no entry to the event after 2100 on Saturday and 2030 on Sunday. The VIP entrance closes at 1900 on both days. Bars and catering close at 2200 on Saturday and 2130 on Sunday.
You must be at least 18 years old to attend South West Four. If you are lucky enough to look younger than 18, please make sure that you take ID so you can provide it on request. Bars operate a ‘Challenge 21’ policy, so any person who appears to look younger than 21 may be asked for ID. If they cannot provide suitable ID, the bar will refuse to sell them alcohol. Please note that the drinking age for the ‘Challenge 21’ policy is actually 18.
Alcohol and food are not allowed into the event site, but both will be available for purchase within the event. Soft drinks in glass or cans will not be allowed into the event site either. Festival-goers can take in soft drinks in plastic or paper containers under 500ml for personal consumption. Chairs, tables, BBQs and other such articles cannot are not allowed to be taken to the festival.
Yes, but they will only accept debit cards, not credit cards. Transactions are subject to surcharges.
No, there are no cloakroom facilities at the event, so only take what you are happy to carry.
No, there will be no re-admission. Please take everything you need with you.
No illegal substances are allowed into the event site.
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