When: 7th July -10th July 2017
Where: Finsbury Park, London
Ticket Prices: £55 – £325. Choice of single day, multiday tickets & VIP
Wireless Festival is set to electrify London once again in 2017. Its reputation as one of the Capital’s musical highlights has been hammered out by R&B royalty and DJ legends. Some of the biggest names in pop and urban music have come from all over the world to play Wireless, such as Jay-Z, Kanye West, Deadmau5, and Rihanna. Undisputed legends take Wireless seriously, and this year, so should you. London’s festival scene is growing bigger and bigger, but no other festival this summer offers such a range of prestige urban artists.
Headlining on Friday 7th July is Chance the Rapper who, following the success of his second mixtape Acid Rap, has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music. The 3-time Grammy Award-winning artist has clocked 57 million streams of his debut album Colouring Book, which combines hip hop and gospel for an uplifting vibe. With the likes of Fetty Wap, G-eazy and Zara Larsson all appearing on stage on the Friday, the opening night of Wireless will be a sensational mix of hip hop, pop and R&B. Tickets for the Friday are available from just £55.
On Saturday 8th July, Wireless is headlined by one of the biggest artists in the UK grime scene, Skepta, whose Mercury Prize award-winning album “Konnichiwa” became the highest charting grime album ever. He is joined by rappers Young Thug, Wiley and Sean Paul on the Saturday, for a high-energy session of renowned urban artists.
Closing the festival on the Sunday is the two-time Grammy Award winner The Weeknd. With his recent success in the last year, The Weeknd has a number of high-profile collaborations under his belt, working with the likes of Daft Punk, Drake, Kendrick Lamar & Lana Del Ray. His recent hit “Starboy” (named after David Bowie) made history by breaking Spotify records for the most streams in 24hrs by a single artist in November 2016. Joining The Weeknd on Sunday 10th July are Ty Dolla $ign, Nas, ‘Panda’ artist Desiigner, Tyga and Wizkid, for a jam-packed urban music treat.
Wireless Festival 2017 is full of UK exclusives, with a chance to see your favourite urban artist perform. Fans of Fetty Wap, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Bryson Tiller, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Yachty and Nas can only see these artists perform at Finsbury Park.
Tickets range from £55 to £325 depending on the type of ticket you buy.
Wireless festival has several ticket options, with day tickets available from just £55 for the cheapest option. For keen festival goers there are multi day ticket options for a combination of days, from as little as £110, or you can gain access to all 3 days for £160.
For those who want to do the festival scene in style, Wireless Festival has several VIP packages available, including access to the VIP village, chill out area, luxury restrooms, access to the Sky deck viewing platform (facing the main stage) and not forgetting complementary food and drink.
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For full line up and festival information see: http://www.wirelessfestival.co.uk/
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