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South West Four festival

Win VIP tickets to South West Four festival

You could win one of five pairs of VIP tickets to see Armin van Buuren, Example and Groove Armada at South West Four festival


Ten years of South West Four. Ten years as the UK’s premiere inner city dance festival. Ten years of unforgettable memories, spectacular performances and the world’s greatest electronic artists descending on South West London. This August Bank Holiday Weekend all roads will again lead to Clapham Common, for what Carl Cox has called the “crowning glory” of London’s clubbing calendar. And you could win a pair of VIP tickets to be a part of it.

Carrying forward the culminated hysteria that nine previous years of South West Four has created, the 2013 instalment is guaranteed to be an extraordinary festival experience for all in attendance. This landmark occasion will be celebrated with the biggest line-up SW4 has ever showcased, crammed full of exclusive sets and one-off performances. Incredible, world class talent will be supported by even greater production, as South West Four raises the bar yet again. This is South West Four 2013: the tenth anniversary.

Acts to play SW4 2013 include Armin van Buuren, Example, Knife Party, Afrojack, Carl Cox & Loco Dice (back-to-back), Groove Armada (DJ set), Eric Prydz, Paul van Dyk and Laidback Luke, plus a further 60 artists across 8 stages.

For your chance to win one of five pairs of VIP tickets, just answer the question below. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at midnight on June 30 2013.


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