Aug 2020

Clapham Common

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The basics

These two day long danceathons pull in the biggest DJs in the world. You can’t camp or stay overnight so it’s hotels and hostels all the way.

The festival

It’s the last bank holiday of the summer, so what do you do? Spend it on Clapham Common raving it up to the finest dance DJs known to man of course. SW4 has become like the last hurrah of the London summer since its inception in 2004 and attracts the capital’s biggest party people for a neon-painted danceathon.

For those that can’t get away this summer to a bigger or longer festival, SW4 brings the party scene to south London complete with plenty of tents from favourite promoters. With over 80 DJs over the two days, the organisers have promised no filler slots, with every DJ on the list set up to spin a killer set.

However as it’s a festival in the capital, do expect early start and finish times and the music levels have known to be pretty quiet in the past. But on the upside, it’s easy to get to and you don’t have to trek miles into the country to stand in a muddy field with dodgy loos.

Our tip

Take advantage of being in London. Clapham Common has some great gastropubs, perfect for lining the stomach before your SW4 session. Try Bobbin just behind the Common.



Getting there

How do I get there?

Travelling by Tube: Nearest Underground station: Clapham Common / Clapham South

Travelling by Overgournd: Nearest Overground station: Clapham High Street

Travelling by Train: Nearest mainline station: Clapham Junction

Travelling by Bus:Nearby bus stops served by: Buses: 35, 37, 88, 137, 155, 255, 345, 355, 417. Night buses: N35, N37, N155, N137, N345.  

Travelling by Air: Nearest airports: London Gatwick and London Heathrow



Weekend Tickets: £105

Saturday Tickets: £57.50

Sunday Tickets: £52.50

When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be available via Festicket.

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