Clapham Common's August Bank Holiday dance extravaganza South West Four has completely sold out!
But if you have missed out on tickets, you can be part of the official after-parties at the world famous Ministry of Sound. Saturday’s after party sees Pete Tong take over with his Wonderland showcase, and he’ll be joined by Toolroom Records boss Mark Knight. On Sunday, Ministry welcomes London tech-house legends Layo & Bushwacka! to play the venue for the very first time, where they’ll be joined by M.A.N.D.Y. and Matthew Dear. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.
SW4 broadcast live on B@TV
If you're still keen to catch the action at SW4 this weekend, check out B@TV (www.be-at.tv) as the website invites music fans across the world to tune in for a weekend of live festival action from Clapham Common. B@TV, the world’s largest online community for electronic music, will be broadcasting live, a first for the festival and a first for headliners Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim. Music fans all over the world can bring the Weekender into their living room or from their iPhone or Blackberry.
Helping workers beat the Bank Holiday hangover, B@TV will present its on-demand coverage of South West Four from Tuesday 31st August including exclusive sets from Adam Beyer, Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke, Mark Knight and Pete Tong. And if two days of partying isn’t enough, B@TV has the technology to keep South West Four alive long after the gates close. Unique video tagging means festival-goers can personalise content, creating virals of their experiences to share and show off via Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.
Saturday 28th Aug from 3pm: Judge Jules, Sander Van Doorn & Paul Oakenfold
Sunday 29th Aug from 3pm: Layo & Bushwacka!, Carl Cox & Fatboy Slim
Available from Tuesday 31st Aug: Adam Beyer, Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke, Mark Knight and Pete Tong.