Following another August bank holiday weekend of incredible music at London’s Clapham Common, South West Four have revealed that they raised over £10,000 for The Royal Trinity Hospice.

Having worked with the organisation for over 10 years, the festival - which is promoted by Lock N Load Events - amassed the sum via guest list donations, with the aim of supporting the hospice who dedicate providing skilled and compassionate end of life care, free of charge, to patients with progressive, life-limiting illnesses and those close to them.

Caring for over 750,000 people living across central and south west London, Trinity released the following statement: "We’re so grateful to Lock N Load Events who once again have raised a huge amount through the SW4 festival for Royal Trinity Hospice. We want to say a big thank you to everyone who donated. By supporting Trinity, you are helping us to continue providing free care for people with progressive, life-limiting conditions in our local community and their loved ones."

With the 15th anniversary of South West Four witnessing an assembled cast of all-star talent, including masked producer marshmello and drum & bass legends Chase & Status, a further line-up including MK, Oliver Heldens, Dizzee Rascal, Craig David and many more were in attendance at the London event for a jam-packed weekend of incredible performances.

A solid fixture in the UK festival circuit, South West Four has stood the test of time and continues to evolve. With 2019’s edition set to take place on 24th and 25th August. Details can be found at