Underworld to headline London's SW4 festival – ticket details Underworld Tickets

Dance duo joining Pendulum as headliners

Underworld to headline London's SW4 festival – ticket details
Underworld have been confirmed to headline the first night of London's South West Four Weekender.

The dance duo join Pendulum as headliners of the festival, which is in its second year and takes place on August 27–28 on Clapham Common.

The show will be Underworld’s only UK festival appearance of the summer.

For more information about SW4, head to Southwestfour.com.

To check the availability of SW4 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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