Skrillex to play tiny London show on Sunday (August 26)

Dubstep superstar will headline the 100-capacity Shacklewell Arms

Skrillex to play tiny London show on Sunday (August 26)

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Skrillex has announced that he will be playing a tiny London show on Sunday (August 26).

The dance producer, who is currently working on his debut full-length album, will play London's 100-capacity Shacklewell Arms on Sunday after his headline set at the UK capital's SW4 Weekender on Clapham Common.

Tickets will be allocated via a lottery system and all those wanting to go need to register here to buy tickets. Registration closes tomorrow (August 24) at 10am (BST) and all those who tickets will be informed by 6pm that same day.

Skrillex and Chase and Status will headline this summer's South West Four Weekender.

The festival, which is in its third year, will take place on August 25–26 on Clapham Common in the UK capital, with Chase & Status headlining the opening day (August 25) and Skrillex closing the show on the final day (August 26).

For more information about SW4, head to its official website Southwestfour.com.

You can watch the video for Skrillex's collaboration with metallers Korn 'Get Up' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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Video: Korn - 'Get Up' (feat. Skrillex)

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