PublishedMon, 12 Jul 2010, 14:50
- Carl Cox, Boys Noize and Mark Knight will all host stages at the Clapham Common weekender.
London's South West Four weekender have now announced the final acts that will perform at the 2010 edition of the event.
Over the August Bank Holiday weekend, Clapham Common will transform into a raving space that will hold up to 20,000 people, catering for fans of all kinds of electronic music. As we announced previously, Fatboy Slim, John Digweed, Armin van Buuren and Josh Wink have been selected as headliners, but there are plenty more big names that will appear over the two days.
Joining van Buuren on Saturday's main stage will be prog legend and SW4 regular Sasha, although electro house is the main item on the menu, with Laidback Luke, Pete Tong, Alex Metric, Chris Lake and Timo Garcia appearing alongside him. Meanwhile, Diggers will be hosting DJ sets from Timo Maas and Santos' Mutant Clan project, Christian Smith and Guy J, with Joris Voorn stopping by to perform live. Trance fans will be satiated by The Gallery's Oakenfold-headlined arena, with Sharam and Dirty South also set to join Mark Knight on his Toolroom stage.
Electro house sounds again dominate the main stage on the Sunday, with Steve Aoki, Uffie, Herve and Cagedbaby (who appears under his real name of Thomas Gandey) joining Fatboy Slim for his only London gig of 2010. Elsewhere, Dubfire, Adam Beyer, Layo & Bushwacka!, M.A.N.D.Y. and Vitalic will grace Carl Cox's stage, with Boys Noize and his eponymous imprint set to headline their own arena with the help of Erol Alkan, Switch and A-Trak. Dubstep will also get a look in, with Skream, Benga, Caspa, Plastician, Mary Anne Hobbs and SBTRKT scheduled to flex their bassweight on the Together stage.
Advance tickets for the Saturday, Sunday, or the entire weekend can now be purchased directly from RA Tickets.