SW4 has announced their 2020 line up and it looks like it’ll be another huge year for the London based festival.

The festival takes place on August Bank Holiday, and none other than The Streets, Major Lazer, Kano, and Krept and Konan will headline.

 SW4 has booked the Streets, Major Lazer, Kelis and more this year

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SW4 has booked the Streets, Major Lazer, Kelis and more this year

On top of all this, there are two afternoon headliners, Kelis on Saturday, and Stefflon Don on Sunday.

Joining them will be Rudimental’s Major Toms, TS5,  Andy C, DJ EZ, Ms Banks, and more. Across the weekend revellers can also expect appearances from Anna Lunoe B2B Nina Las Vegas, Bakermat, Eli & Fur, Example, Flava D B2B Indika, Ghetts, James Hype, Jonas Blue, Ms Banks, Riton, Steel Banglez and The Manor.

The 2020 edition of the festival will be it’s seventeenth, and will take place on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August – i mean, can you think of a better way to spend your August Bank Holiday?

Eager festival fans can get pre-sale tickets from 9am on Thursday 23  January here from Ticketmaster.

General sale tickets will go on sale the following day on Friday 24th January at 9am, also from Ticketmaster.

VIP Tickets will also be available for both the Saturday and the Sunday.

Marks those dates in your diary now, you don’t want to miss out.

Capital FM has partnreed with the Outdoor Main Stage, and will feature performances and DJ sets from some of the world’s hottest artists.

They’ll also present the Capital Weekender and Capital XTRA stages across the weekend.

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Teenage Cancer Trust have also revealed their 30th anniversary line up including Nile Rodgers, Noel Gallagher and Stereophonics.

Kendrick Lamar has been announced as the next BST Hyde Park headliner for 2020 – here’s how to get tickets.

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