You’ve got to hand it to Wireless Festival, having merely announced their first line up just the other day, to selling out all dates bar Friday already… which in my opinion is clearly the best day (but I’m just gonna put that down to the fact it’s a work day for most.)

Only VIP tickets are available for the Saturday and Sunday with headliners Stormzy and DJ Khaled; making sure it aint nothing but a party you’ll also get to witness the fiesty Cardi B, the one who knows about the hustle J Hus, ‘talkin the hardest’ Giggs and queen of the dancehall Lisa Mercedez. Back at Finsbury Park across 6th-8th July you really better get this underway coz Wireless Festival has only just begun.

Now people have savaged the fact there aren’t many female names on the line up but we just think they’re saving the best till last. We’re expecting some UK Female names such as Paigey Cakey, Nadia Rose, Stefflon Don and Lady Leshurr but regardless of what names are still to come we’re honestly well impressed with the line up so far and are standing behind some big names on Friday.

Please just imagine Donae’O getting things started as soon as he shouts “We gonna party hard.. DON-A-YO! Simmi Now!” When Wretch 32 drops ‘His & Hers (perspective)’ just know that the ladies and fellas will be gunning for each other. The Godfather of Grime could clearly have a set that lasted more than a few hours and Kojo Funds will be bringing that afrobeats flavour, not forgetting Critics Choice nominee Mabel Brit who’s definitely a keeper on the bill.

We’re all about the UK talent but we know that Wireless Festival wouldn’t be what it was without some of the biggest US names too- We’re welcoming Rick Ross, Post Malone, Big Sean, Rae Sremmurd and French Montana.

Friday day tickets are still available from £55 plus booking fees and Saturday and Sunday VIP tickets start from £112.00. Get your tickets here!

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