Families often reserve Bank Holiday weekends for quality time, days out, and doing activities the children will enjoy. But then again, not everyone has kids, and those who do, deserve to be selfish every now and then. Why not reserve the August Bank Holiday for grown up quality time, nights out, and doing activities you will enjoy?
South West Four is a two-day music concert strictly for eighteens and over. It will be a weekend of loud music, strobe lighting, and over eighty DJs & artists all performing across a total of eight grand arenas.
So where can you find South West Four? South West Four, obviously. Or more specifically Clapham Common, London, SW4. I'll admit using the location as a title isn't very imaginative (but, hey, it works for Glastonbury), but the organisers aren't the ones doing the singing. For that, they have a much more creative line-up.
On the main stage you'll find DJs like the Dutch powerhouse, Armin Van Buuren, who will be making an exclusive UK appearance, electronic mixer, Gareth Emery, and a very special guest performance by Eddie Halliwell, who was voted Mixmag's 'Greatest DJ of All Time'.
Other arenas will include Paul Van Dyk's Politics of Dancing, Bedrock (no Fred Flintstone in sight), and All Gone Pete Tong, with artists like Jesse James & Johnny Bloomfield, who know how to get a dance floor moving.
Tickets are selling fast, with Saturday's last remaining at £55. You can still get Sunday slightly cheaper at £50, or book the whole weekend for £100.