United Kingdom | 01 April 2009
Layo & Bushwaka! are among a host of new names confirmed for South West Four as three new stages are announced.
The tech house duo are the first act confirmed for the brand new The End ‘presents’ Shake It stage, which is set to present a welcome return for the legendary London club after closing in January.
An exclusive SW4 interview of Layo Puskin, the mastermind behind The End is available by clicking here. More big headliners and support acts for the stage are set to be announced soon.
DJs Danny Howells, Nic Fanciully and Nick Warren have also been lined-up for the one day festival alongside James Lavelle, Jim Rivers and Anil Chawla who complete today’s additions.
Sasha and John Digweed are down to play back to back at the Clapham Weekender. Many more artists are confirmed.
Click here for the latest South West Four line-up.
On the stage front, punters are set to be treated once more to the weekly shenanigans of The Gallery club night which is down to host its very own stage.
Finally, the Global Underground Stage has been confirmed to make its debut at the festival, bringing the delightful sounds of the Global Underground label to the 20,000 revellers.
Global Underground guru Andy Horsfield had this to say: “GU is happy to be bringing its sound to SW4. It’s been a while since I found a festival good enough for us to want to be involved. Global Underground is proud to be hosting a stage this year at South West Four.”
Last but not least, weekend tickets for the event and it’s big brother Get Loaded In The Park are now available for £70 (+ booking fee). The first big names for Get Loaded are to be released later this afternoon so stay posted!
SW4 takes place on London’s Clapham Common on 29 August, bank holiday Saturday. GLITP follows in the same location on the bank holiday Sunday, 30 August.
Saver tickets for SW4 only are on sale for £40 (+ booking fee).
Click here to browse and buy tickets to South West Four (SW4) 2009.
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