Wireless Festival - Friday LONDON - Tickets
Finsbury Park, LONDON
Wireless Festival is returning to London’s Finsbury Park for the ultimate summer party! Chance The Rapper, Skepta and The Weeknd, joined by some of the biggest names in music.
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Gate times - 13.30 - 22.00
Music starts at 15.30
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12 years since being first introduced on the festival calendar, Wireless has grown to become the biggest urban music event in the UK, bringing some of the world’s hottest acts and emerging talent to the capital.
Headlining Friday is Chance The Rapper, who is rapidly establishing himself as the hottest hip-hop artist of his generation. Since the release of his first official mixtape 10 Day in 2012, he’s won three Grammy Awards, collaborated with the likes of Kanye West on the critically acclaimed Life of Pablo, and clocked over fifty-seven million streams of his debut album Coloring Book. Having recently announced his 40 date US tour, including two sold out Hollywood Bowl shows, this is one act not to miss at Wireless 2017.
Returning to Finsbury Park solo as Saturday’s headliner after a momentous performance with Boy Better Know last year, is London’s very own grime luminary Skepta. Playing to a home crowd, Skepta is set to impress following the release of his ground-breaking album Konnichiwa, which was handed a well-deserved Mercury Prize among other awards.
Known for some of the biggest hits of the past year, two-time Grammy Award Winner The Weeknd will be closing Wireless Festival on Sunday in another UK festival exclusive. The performer, producer and songwriter made history in November 2016 by breaking Spotify records with single ‘Starboy’ which still hold the record for most streams in 24 hours by a single artist.
Bryson Tiller will be bringing crowd pleasing singles ‘Don’t’ and ‘Exchange’ to Finsbury Park for Wireless 2017, alongside the “James Dean of rap” G-Eazy, both in a UK Festival Exclusive. Swedish songstress Zara Larsson, and the young and talented Post Malone are also set to perform on the main stage.
Already a big fan of performing at Wireless Festival, Base Defense League Big Narstie will be back with a number of bassline dropping hits. Gritty and atmospheric Flatbush Zombies, comedic rapper Lil Dicky, poetic Chicago rapper Noname and Californian rapper Nef The Pharaoh have been added to the line up.
Dynamic hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd, stereotype defying rapper Young Thug, as well flame-haired Lil Yachty, all join the line up in UK Festival Exclusives. Also performing are grime legend and godfather Wiley, ‘Temperature’ dancehall superstar Sean Paul, UK rap crew Section Boyz, and Capital Xtra Show host DJ Charlsey who will open the festival on the Saturday and Sunday.
Underground British sensation Yungen, and 18-year old rapper Dave, Mr Gangster With Banter MoStack, are set to carry out unmissable sets. Further acts to perform on the Saturday are hip-hop meets grunge rap artist Jez Dior, Walthamstow’s Big Tobz, the much talked about The Age of L.U.N.A and The Royal Foundation winners, now major label signed Young T & Bugsey.
Regarded as one of the best MCs of all time, Nas will be making an appearance at Wireless on the Sunday, in a UK Festival Exclusive, with a career spanning over 20 years, which includes hits ‘One Mic’, ‘N.Y. State of Mind’ and ‘If I Ruled the World’. Also added is R&B and rap fused Tory Lanez, the Toronto born artist known for hit single ‘LUV’, renowned producer Ty Dolla $ign, and bringing with him five studio albums that include tracks ‘Rack City’ and ‘Faded’ is the one of a kind Tyga. Nigerian singer songwriter WizKid, catchy buzz rapper Lil Uzi Vert and ‘Panda’ celebrated Desiigner will also perform.
Mike Skinner and Murkage present Tonga at Finsbury Park this July, after a long awaited performance from one of the biggest hip-hop successes to come out of Australia, Hilltop Hoods. London’s grime queen and an artist to watch out for this year Stefflon Don, teenage marvels AJ X Deno, and popstar Yuna will be joined by ‘Stereotype Freestyle’ rapper Cadet, grime purist Abra Cadabra, and storyteller Topaz Jones for the ultimate music experience for festivalgoers.