South West Four organisers have revealed that the event is set to extend to two days this August, with Get Loaded set to go back to indoor shows.
The festival, which has been running on London’s Clapham Common during the August Bank Holiday weekend for the past six years, will now take place from 28-29 August.
The headliners, who are set to be unveiled on Tuesday 23 Feb at 9am in conjunction with tickets going on sale, have been described by bosses as "two of the biggest DJs to have ever graced the planet."
Virtual Festivals will be the cheapest place on the Internet to get your passes, so check back for a ticket link.
We will also have an exclusive interview with organiser Danny Newham who will explain the reasons behind the change and what the event has in store.
Lock N Load, the brains behind the festival, will also start blogging for VF, so check back to catch up with all the latest goings on.
With SW4 going two days Get Loaded is set to return to its spiritual roots by hosting a series of indoor events throughout the year.
The first of these will be the return of Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape who will play at the Coronet Theatre, London on 1 April.
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South West Four Weekender (SW4) 2010 will take place on Clapham Common, London, from 28-29 August.
One of the most renowned inner-city festivals in the country, the event offers the luxury of partying in an open-air green space whilst being able to catch the last tube home.
The festivals will feature four music arenas, plenty of bars, freshly made food from an array of different stalls and fairground rides.
For those travelling from afar SW4 have teamed up with the best hotels in the area to offer 20% discount when you quote SW4 on booking
Check out the accommodation section of the SW4 website for more details.