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London’s South West Four festival have revealed the final names for their 15th anniversary edition, taking place at Clapham Common on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August.

The likes of Big Narstie, Yungen, Booka Shade, Sub Focus, Madam X and more will join the army of acts enlisted to make this milestone addition one to remember, with Chase & Status, Marshmello, Craig David and Dizzee Rascal among those who have already been announced. 

Among the already jam-packed line-up, South West Four have turned up the heat with their latest additions which include some of the best names across electronic and urban music. Joining the Saturday proceedings will be dance floor hitmaker Route 94, best known for his breakthrough anthem My Love featuring Jess Glynne, plus pioneering Berlin-duo Booka Shade, dance music icon Benny Benassi and rapidly rising star Ocean Wisodom. Pleasers Tough Love and Tom Zanetti are also confirmed, while platinum selling Dutch DJ Sam Feldt – who’s 2015 club rendition of Show Me Love dominated the UK Official Singles Chart – will play live. 

A South West Four festival debut is coming from North London songstress Sinead Harnett, while Sunday will play host to drum and bass superstar Sub Focus, who has recently co-written and produced fellow SW4 2018 act Example’s Kickstarter which peaked at No.3 in the UK charts. Having had his first Top 10 single last year with Bestie featuring Yxng Bane South, London rapper Yungen is also set to bring the noise as well as award-winning, original Rinse FM family and Craig David collaborator Big Narstie – with both acts representing the urban-leaning side of this year's programming (alongside acts like Dizzee Rascal, Lethal Bizzle and Kojo Funds). 

With a number of further artists revealed for the final phase of the festival’s billing spanning genres and offering both fresh faces and firm favourites, the bank holiday celebration on Clapham Common will be as lively as ever.

Last updated: April, 2018