Wireless Festival Tickets, Events & Festivals in 2015/2016
Wireless Festival is a London-based event that has taken place every year since 2005. Originally held in Hyde Park, the festival sees the biggest names in pop, urban and radio-friendly rock music from across the globe performing each year.
Headliners at previous events have included the likes of The White Stripes, Rihanna, Jay-Z, The Black Eyed Peas, Justin Timberlake, and Drake all entertaining the 50,000+ crowds this festival attracts.
Having moved to Harewood House in Leeds for a couple of years, before heading back to Hyde Park, 2013 saw the festival move to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for yet another epic event with one of the strongest line-ups yet.
2014 saw the festival spread out to both Birmingham and London for two epic weekends of music and fun. However, in 2015, organisers are focusing on making their three days in the capital the best they've ever had, moving the event to Finsbury Park especially.
Drake, Avicii, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, and David Guetta have all been confirmed for the New Look Wireless Festival in July 2015, with many other amazing acts on the line-up too.
If that wasn't enough, the festival well celebrate its 10th birthday at Finsbury Park the Sunday before, with Drake headlining, and acts like Rita Ora, Chance The Rapper, Katy B, Public Enemy, Kid Ink, Big Sean, Yasiin Bey and Talib Kweli as Black Star, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon, De La Soul, Jhene Aiko, G-Eazy and I Love Makkonen performing too. Get your tickets now!
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London Olympic Park on July 14 2013
I went to wireless in 2013, to see Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z headlining. Throughout the day you had acts like A$AP Rocky, Rizzle Kicks, and Will.I.Am, who, to be honest, were incomparable, and only a small part of a build-up to the headliners. If you weren't under a covered stage or dancing, in the summer heat you did feel like you were roasting alive, but most of the day acts were under cover; indoors Katy-B had a great set, and so did smaller act Fuse-ODG. Rizzle Kicks got the worst amount of support, with not that many people enthusiastic about their set, so bad, I felt I had actually wasted my time seeing them.
Smaller acts did have intense atmospheres near the stage where the super-fans were, and there were areas where you could just lie on fake grass and bathe whilst listening to the artists on the main stage. That was until Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake came on. Performing hit after hit after hit, I would've paid the whole price of the event just to see them exclusively, they were that good. Okay, maybe a bit less... but still.
Literally everyone from around the smaller stages suddenly swarmed to the main stage for their set, and when songs like 'Senorita' and '99 Problems' came on, you could feel and hear the echo of tons of people in unison moving with the big songs. The festival got to the height of its intensity, and maybe I over-looked the rest of the day's acts slightly in anticipation for Jay-Z and JT, but they really didn't disappoint. Other songs such as 'Suit & Tie' which featured both the guys crazed the crowd, and you could almost see wild youth and adrenaline running from person-to-person.
Out of nowhere, one of the biggest female artists of the time, Rihanna, just sprung up on stage, not even being a Rihanna fan, I found myself too, going wild for her. That's what the energy did. Imagine a pounding electrifying excitement, of happiness. That's what it fe
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Birmingham Perry Park on July 6 2014
Went last year as I won a pair of 3 day VIP tickets from MTV then a normal pair of 3 day tickets from Capital Xtra. Such a live atmosphere, I'm definitely going this year even if I have to pay for tickets, it's a must for a summer motive! Going Saturday this year and either Friday or Sunday as I've already seen Drake at his WYLAT last year, and taking my sister to see Nicki in April, so it's a bonus I'll get to see them both again.
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Best they have done so far! Drake & Nicki Minaj
London Frinsbury park on November 30 -0001
I never went but I watched wireless on TV, I do this every year but my family went last year and it looks absolutely amazing the atmosphere is generally happy and welcoming, everyone is just excited to see the artist and its must be fun to be around Loved ones and watch your favourite artists, I would love this atmosphere to just hang out in the sun watching the person you love who is famous. I am jealous of eeveryone who went or is going.
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Melissa Steel, Conor Maynard and Ciara are among the latest acts to be added to this year's Wireless festival line up.
Wireless festival will launch a one day flash sale for tickets to their 10th birthday party, starting at 6.00pm today.
Charli XCX, Jess Glynne and Jaden and Willow Smith are among the latest acts to join the Wireless line up.
A$AP Rocky, Major Lazer and Mary J. Blige have been confirmed for Wireless Festival.
Avicii, Drake, David Guetta, Kendrick Lamar and Nicki Minaj will headline this summer's New Look Wireless Festival in London. Wireless Festival Tickets are on sale at 9am today, February 3, priced from £62.50 plus fees.