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What to Expect from Wireless 2024

by Lois Geal 

As we enter spring and the worst of the winter slog is over, we can finally start unashamedly making our summer festival plans. 

One thing to consider adding to your itinerary is Wireless Festival.

Taking place every year in London, the festival had previous residences at Harewood House, Leeds in 2006 and 2007 and at Perry Park, Birmingham in 2014. 

Owned and managed by Live Nation, Wireless is one of the most highly anticipated music events of the year, attracting thousands of music lovers and fans from all over the world. 

From its humble beginnings in 2005, Wireless Festival has grown to become one of the premier music festivals in the world, with multiple stages showcasing a diverse range of genres including hip-hop, R&B, pop, and electronic music. 

And this year’s lineup is no different. Featuring some of the biggest names in the music industry, it promises an unforgettable experience filled with amazing performances and incredible energy. 

Bona fide superstars such as Future, 21 Savage, Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat as well as Ice Spice will be attending, best believe that Wireless festival remains the event of choice.

Arguably looking even bigger than last year which was headlined by 50 Cent, Travis Scott, and Lil Uzi Vert. 

Nicki Minaj and Future will both be back on the main stage for their fourth Wireless appearances. Ice Spice also returns after her smash set last year, while Doja Cat will be making it a hat-trick. 

Then there are some exciting newer acts on the lineup: Texas rapper and producer Teezo Touchdown, Nigerian singer Shallipopi, and South African amapiano star Tyla are all flying in for the occasion, and will be playing alongside London stars Nadia Jae and Snoochie Shy and more.

Whether you’re a fan of chart-topping artists, up-and-coming talent, or simply looking to enjoy a weekend of live music, there’s something for everyone.

One of the highlights of Wireless Festival is its vibrant and energetic atmosphere. The festival attracts a diverse crowd of music enthusiasts, creating a sense of unity and excitement throughout the event.

Tickets for Wireless went on sale at the end of January, and takes place from July 12th to July 14th in Finsbury Park.

Perhaps the summer of 2024 will be our best one yet. 

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