Deadmau5 to headline SW4 festival

The two-day dance festival takes place in London from August 23-24

Deadmau5 to headline SW4 festival
Deadmau5 is set to headline this summer's SW4 festival in London.

The artist will appear at the festival, which takes place on Clapham Common, on August 24. The show will be Deadmau5's only London performance of 2014 and his first London appearance in over two years.

August 23 will see sets from Above & Beyond, Alesso, ARTY, Fedde Le Grand, Jamie Jones, Magda, Markus Schulz, Sasha, Super8 & Tab and more, while on August 24 Deadmau5 will be joined by Maceo Plex, Marco Carola, Netsky and Skream.

Last year, Deadmau5 revealed plans to launch his own music subscription service. live.deadmau5 launched in December 2013. The EDM producer explained the vision for his new scheme in a Facebook post. Explaining what he hoped to achieve with the project, the producer wrote: "Imagine… we’ll finally have a camp we can all enjoy with no spam. No phony accounts. No bullshit. No annoying kids. No nothing. Just unadulterated music and live streams and access to pretty much everything i have on the go."

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