Tinie Tempah heads latest wave of acts for Saturday at SW4 Posted on Tue 11th April 2017

others added to the bill include Jax Jones and Sonny Vodera vs Low Steppa,

Tine Tempah to appear at South West Four 2017

Tinie Tempah, Jax Jones, Sonny Vodera vs Low Steppa, Tom Zanetti & K.O. Kane, Naations (live), and Marshmello are the latest acts to be added to this year's South West Four Weekender.

South West Four is now in its fourteenth year, takes place at Clapham Common from Saturday 26th - Sunday 27th August. South West Four has become the biggest event in London’s clubbing calendar. The two day festival showcases some of the greatest DJs and live electronic artists on the planet, this year will mix state of the art production with increased sound levels that crowned last year’s weekender their most critically acclaimed ever!

Acts already confirmed for South West Four 2017 are:
Saturday Main Stage - Pendulum (Live), Eric Prydz, Sigma [Live], Solomun 
Other stages in alphabetical order - Andhim, Andrea Oliva, CamelPhat, Camo & Krooked b2b Friction, Claptone, Congo Natty, Dimension, Duke Dumont, Fabio & Grooverider b2b Marky, Goldie vs My Nu Leng, Hannah Wants, Heartless Crew, High Contrast, Hype B2B Hazard, Julio Bashmore, KC Lights, Kungs, MK, Maya Jane Coles vs Heidi, MistaJam, Netsky (DJ set), Patrick Topping, Sam Feldt Live, Sasha vs Joris Voorn, SASASAS, Sonny Fodera vs Low Steppa, Taxman b2b Sub Zero, Turno b2b Annix and Wilkinson (Live)

Sunday Main Stage - Deadmau5, Marco Carola, Knife Party, Sven Vath, Loco Dice, Sub Focus Live and Example + DJ Wire
Other Stages - Andrew Bayer, Audion Aka Matthew Dear Live, Bakermat Live, B-Traits, Carl Craig Present Versus Synthesizer Ensemble, Chris Lorenzo vs DJ Zinc, Cosmic Gate, Dusky (Live), Ferry Corsten, Gareth Emery, Ilan Bluestone, Jauz, Laidback Luke, Markus Schulz presents Dakota, Martin Solveig, Mar-T, Matador (Live), Nicky Romero, Pan-Pot, Paul Oakenfold, Redlight, The Martinez Brothers, Tchami and What So Not

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