SW4 2017’s Sunday main stage is here…
Summer is coming, and SW4 have stepped in just before the clocks change to announce the epic line for their main stage at SW4 Sunday.
Some of the most inventive and in-demand artists on the planet are set to hit the mammoth main stage, which is set to be completely transformed by insane production levels which have never been seen before at the festival.
SUNDAY MAIN STAGE LINE UP ANNOUNCED!
SUB FOCUS LIVE
WHAT SO NOT
VERY SPECIAL GUEST: EXAMPLE + DJ WIRE
Back in London for the first time in three years, this industry leader creates an unbelievable buzz across London’s dance music community. In recent weeks, the Mau5 has revealed blueprints of the massive production that is set to make an appearance on the Common. Widely regarded as one of the most impressive set-ups in electronic music…are you ready?
Consisting of two members of SW4 Saturday headliners Pendulum’s, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen have put a touch of genius to their other hugely successful project; Knife Party.
Since their launch in 2011, the domineering duo have been a mainstay at the top of huge festival line-ups and have sold out the most prestigious venues across the globe. Their explosive and high-octane sound has made them favourites in all corners of the globe with fans eagerly anticipating the pair’s return wherever they go.
SUB FOCUS LIVE
A juggernaut of electronic music, Sub Focus’ constant output of top-class production and performance has constantly steered a course towards world domination. He debuted his critically acclaimed live show a few years ago and it went onto dominate festival stages across the globe. Now he’s back with version 2.0 and you can expect a LARGER, LOUDER and MORE COMPLETE version of this outstanding LIVE set up that cements Sub Focus on the map as one of the most in-demand artists on the planet today.
His return to the festival will see him play on the main stage for the very first time, whilst his brand new album is set to take him to another level.
ALSO PERFORMING ON THE SW4 SUNDAY MAIN STAGE
Bakermat catapulted himself into dance music five years ago and he hasn’t looked back since. The Dutch native is from a select breed of artists who have come to the forefront of electronic music in recent years. He has tapped into the more melodic side of house music, discovering huge success along the way.
His recent visit to London witnessed two huge back-to-back sell out shows at Electric Brixton as he showcased his Circus party to 3,500 revellers.
Sunday 27 August will see this hotshot land on the common and perform his LIVE show for the first ever time in the capital.
With an ever-growing fan base all across the globe, this could be one of the performances of the weekend.
When Skrillex officially endorses you, you know you’re doing something right. The past 18 months have been an absolute whirlwind for American producer Jauz, who has gone from producing in his bedroom in 2014 to selling out arena tours all across the States.
A quick-fire XOYO sell-out at the tail end of 2016 demonstrated that the appetite for this whizz kid is clearly rife and his bass-heavy sound has caught the attention of many.
Jauz will be making his SW4 debut this summer, and with him being tipped for the top, this is an artist you can’t afford to miss!
Parisian house giant Martin Solveig has become a staple-diet on festival main stages around the world and a go-to artist when it comes to getting the party started.
Having honed his innate ability to sense the vibe being emitted from the crowd, Solveig never fails to manipulate the dance floor.
With this in mind, it will come as no surprise to hear he’s held a five-year residency at Ibiza’s super club, Pacha, and he’s featured on the biggest line-ups on the earth’s most illustrious stages at the world’s most prestigious festivals – including Ultra Miami, Electric Daisy Carnival and Tomorrowland.
Paris is known for breeding the most popular and notable artists on the planet and Tchami is one of its finest.
Having formed a close relationship with DJ Snake who took the young producer under his wing, his last visit to London saw a frenzy of fans pack out Electric Brixton for an exhilarating show.
He made his SW4 debut last year on the main stage and played a stand-out set when the sun was going down.
This has been etched in people’s memories and his return to the main stage will be nothing short of magical!
Lobster Boy records head-honcho Redlight has become a firm favourite at SW4 over recent years.
He is one of a group of artists who burst onto the scene five years ago and he’s kept it consistent since then.
The Bristol native has become hot property in Europe, with his vast knowledge of the genre allowing him to stand a cut above the rest.
Redlight will make his debut on the SW4 main stage and add another milestone to his developing career.
WHAT SO NOT
Australian sensation What So Not is a god amongst men when it comes dance music in the southern hemisphere.
Worshipped by millions of fans, his soulful instrumental tracks have taken him to the next level.
Following in the footsteps of industry leaders such as FLUME, What So Not is in the handful of producers who are on the top of their game.
The summer of 2017 will see him perform on the huge SW4 main stage for the very first time.
VERY SPECIAL GUEST:
EXAMPLE + DJ WIRE
Example’s intrinsic lyrical excellence and wonderful ability to seamlessly fuse together a plethora of high-octane genres has led to him becoming a one of the most popular artists in the world.
So much so that SW4 had him headline their 10th anniversary in 2013 and he absolutely tore the common to pieces with an incredible performance.
Since that jaw-dropping performance, he has been the one of the main talking points within the dance music community, with his latest album capturing the imagination of many.
Joining him will be DJ Wire who has accompanied Example all around the world with notable shows at Ibiza’s world famous Amnesia.
This Sunday main stage announcement is set to create a frenzy amongst the SW4 faithful.
With tickets for the second day of SW4 increasing in price on Monday 3 April at midday, if you plan to attend the Sunday, we would highly recommend purchasing your tickets now…