WIRELESS Festival is back and it’s bigger than ever, with three sites, two weekends and the worlds biggest artists.
Taking place in London’s Finsbury Park, Crystal Palace Park, and Birmingham huge names including ASAP Rocky, Tyler the Creator, Cardi B, Dave, Nicki Minaj and more have been announced.
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Who’s performing at Wireless 2022?
Cardi B, SZA, Nicki Minaj, Tyler, The Creator, Dave, J.Cole and A$AP Rocky have been announced so far, but not content with a small party, Wireless has secured a number of festival exclusives and huge names alongside them. As this year Wireless will take place over three sites, you can catch these acts at each site.
London Crystal Palace: ASAP Rocky, J Cole, Tyler, the Creator
London Finsbury Park: Cardi B, SZA, Nicki Minaj
Outdoor at the Birmingham NEC: Dave, Cardi B, J Cole
The nine days of music starts on July 1 to July 3 at London’s Crystal Palace Park and continues the following weekend, with simultaneous three-day events in London Finsbury Park and Outdoor at the Birmingham NEC across July 8 – July 11.
Seven massive headliners A$AP Rocky (UK exclusive), J. Cole (UK exclusive), Tyler, The Creator (London exclusive), Cardi B (UK exclusive), Nicki Minaj (EU exclusive), Dave and SZA (EU exclusive) are set to play across the different events, making a weekend you won’t want to miss.
If that wasn’t enough, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Little Simz, Playboi Carti, Burna Boy, Summer Walker and more have been added to the line up.
Tickets will go on general sale Monday February 28 at 12pm, so set those alarms now.
They’ll be available from Ticketmaster here.
If you don’t get tickets then don’t panic, BBC Radio 1Xtra will be partnering with Wireless for the very first time, broadcasting live from site and bringing listeners all the action.
How to get tickets to Wireless Festival 2021
Tickets to Wireless 2022 are still available on Ticketmaster here. Prices have yetto be revealed, however last year a day ticket was priced at £85.25 and the full weekend set you back £222.75.
Where is Wireless Festival 2022?
Wireless will take place in three venues, Crystal Palace Park, London, Finsbury Park, London, and Birmingham’s NEC.
When is Wireless Festival 2021?
With the newly announced triple weekender, Wireless will run from July 1-3 for London Crystal Palace, and then July 8 for Birmingham and London’s Finsbury Park.
How to get to Wireless Festival 2021?
Getting to Wireless Festival is easy.
For Crystal Palace, you’ll need to take the London Overground or train to Crystal Palace Station or Penge West Station.
Finsbury Park station is your nearest stop for Finsbury Park using London’s Underground Victoria Line. For Birmingham NEC, you’ll need to get to Birmingham International Rail Station.
Can you camp at Wireless Festival?
No, Wireless is not a camping festival and all attendees will be asked to leave the site at the end of the event.
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