South West Four Festival Adds Example, Holy Goof, Sigala, Elderbrook to Lineup

South West Four Festival Adds Example, Holy Goof, Sigala, Elderbrook to Lineup

Following the recent addition of Pendulum presents Trinity Live to this year's South West Four line-up, the London festival has announced the final confirmed artists including the likes of, Example, Holy Goof, Sigala and Elderbrook.

They have also announced the full 2019 stage breakdowns hosted by a number of brands including Main Stage - With Capital, Capital Weekender, Capital XTRA, FABRICLIVE, Ministry of Sound, Craig David's TS5 and Chase & Status' RTRN II JUNGLE.

Longstanding festival partners, Capital and Capital XTRA will be represented across the weekend with a number of arenas showcasing their different brands. The main stage is headlined by Pendulum with their special Trinity Live set and Martin Garrix while Capital XTRA will bring a selection of rap and grime favourites to day 2 such as Wiley, Wretch 32 and Steel Banglez. Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Elderbrook as well as resident Capital Weekender DJs Sarah Story and Rio Fredrika join Saturday's Capital Weekender stage schedule.

Saturday will also play host to Craig David who will be returning to the festival with his TS5 takeover stage which will see the likes of West London rapper Big Zuu make his SW4 debut plus former Pacha Ibiza resident Martin Solveig, who will go b2b with UK chart-topper Jax Jones. Joining them will be Mabel, who recently landed her first UK Top 5 single with 'Don't Call Me Up' plus South London rapper Yungen. Closing the stage will be none other than drum and bass duo Sigma, plus an exciting performance from electronic icons, Basement Jaxx.

Sunday will see Chase & Status return for the second year running, this time with their very own RTRN II JUNGLE stage, which will see sets from Congo Natty & Rezistance(live), My Nu Leng, SASASAS and guest of honour, the multi talented Kingston reggae legend, Kabaka Pyramid.

Regular hosts of the festival's official afterparty, Ministry of Sound have stepped up their partnership with SW4 in 2019 with their very first stage takeover. Production trio Disciples will head up the takeover, with a set also scheduled from global superstar Idris Elba who made his debut at the London superclub back in February. The collaborative project between Chris Lake & Chris Lorenzo for 'Anti Up' takes the stage's very special guest slot - with further appearances from Amine Edge & DANCE plus The Magicianconfirmed - while a slew of UK DJ talent is represented in Eli & Fur, Mason Collective and Coco Cole.

Also confirmed to join proceedings is iconic London club brand, FABRICLIVE, who celebrate their 20th anniversary this year. A brand new collaboration for the festival, the Fabriclive stage will represent a full spectrum of drum & bass for a high-energy takeover with some of the biggest artist in this area in attendance - including Dutch duo Noisia, Alix Perez b2b Spectrasoul, Black Sun Empire and drum & bass' biggest b2b2b, Kings of The Shadows.

Bassline champions, Crucast promise high energy levels for their arena on the festival's final day. Crowds will be treated to a head to head performance from heavyweights Redlight and Zinc as well as sets from South East London grime MC, P Money who has arguably been controlling his own corner of the British rap and grime scene for the past decade. Dark and gritty offerings will come from Skepsis alongside Crucast label regular MC, Bru-C as well as a return from Darkzy and his flawless bassline destruction.

The first day will also see club brand Together, who regularly host events at Ministry of Sound and Ibiza's Amnesia, join forces with American DJ Jauz and his label 'Bite This' to welcome special guest and certified platinum rapper and producer Example, plus What So Not and a b2b with Jauz and Holy Goof.

The final reveal for South West Four's full roster featuring live and DJ performances from international talent spanning pop, hip hop, grime, house, techno, reggae and jungle marks this edition as another unmissable weekend in the UK's festival calendar.

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