2010 was a defining year for SW4. For the first time, we took over Clapham Common for a whole weekend. The likes of Fatboy Slim, Armin Van Buuren, Carl Cox, Boys Noize, Andy C and Skream & Bengacemented South West Four as the UK’s premier inner-city festival. A prime showcase of the best dance talent, we return – literally bigger, better and louder! It’s the bank holiday date of Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August, where the clubbing fraternity will once again congregate al fresco. There is no better way to end the Summer, with both EXCLUSIVE headliners confirmed.
YOUR SW4 SUNDAY HEADLINERS ARE…
[FULL LIVE SHOW]
[EXCLUSIVE LONDON APPEARANCE OF 2011]
“We have seen the support bill for the festival and it’s absolutely massive. Can’t wait to play this event!” Rob Swire (Pendulum)
For nine years, Pendulum have fused ideas from a plethora of musical genres. With gigs on all six continents, the trio understandably caught the ‘Blightly’ bug – now calling London home. 2005 saw debut album‘Hold Your Colour’ storm the charts, following up with ‘In Silico’ and latest offering ‘Immersion’, all equally as devastating.
Pendulum’s main draw is their live show. Jaw dropping manipulation of beats, which became folklore of Glastonbury, Leeds, Reading, Pukkelpop, Monegros, Bestival, Ultra and and T in the Park. However, last year’s performance alongside Prodigy at MK Bowl – superseded all that went before. Pure genius that succeeded in uniting all EDM lovers as one.
Continuing the trail of destruction, 2010 saw the acclaimed ‘Immersions’ tour sell out Wembley Arena, pushing production and visual boundaries. This success led to plans for an upcoming tour Stateside, with none other than Linkin Park. For their ONLY London show this year, Pendulum close the South West Four Weekender, one of the most sought after slots in festival land….