One of the biggest festivals in the country is fast approaching, with the Wireless Festival taking place at two locations in London and one being held in Birmingham.
In 2019, around 49,000 people attended the Wireless Festival, and the festival has become so popular that one has now been established in Frankfurt, Germany.
Some previous performers include Kanye West, Jay Z and more.
When is the Wireless Festival coming to Crystal Palace?
The Wireless Festival at Crystal Palace is the first of three, and starts on Friday, 1 July and ends on Sunday, 3 July.
How do I get tickets?
All tickets that can be purchased for the event can be purchased on Ticketmaster.
Like most festivals, you can either purchase single day tickets or tickets that cover either two or all three of the days.
A Friday day ticket can be purchased for £90, with Saturday tickets sold out on Ticketmaster. A day ticket for the final day, Sunday, will cost £95.
To purchase a full weekend ticket, that covers Friday, Saturday and Sunday, it will cost £245.
For a ticket that will cover just the Friday and Saturday, it will cost £178, as will a weekend ticket, allowing you to see the performances on Saturday and Sunday.
Meanwhile, a ticket for Friday and Sunday will cost slightly less at £168.
What is the lineup?
Being one of the biggest festivals in the UK, Wireless always attracts some of the biggest names in the music industry.
The festival runs for three days, boasting a different headliner and lineup each day.
The lineup for Friday is:
- A$AP Rocky - Headliner
- Don Toliver
- Lil Uzi Vert
- Ski Mask the Slump God
- The Kid Laroi
- Trippie Redd
- Fivio Foreign
- Rico Nasty
- Sleepy Hallow
The lineup for Saturday is:
- J Cole - Headliner
- Ari Lennox
- Doja Cat
- Playboi Carti
- Flo Milli
- French The Kid
- Lancey Foux
- MS Banks
- Potter Payper
The lineup for Sunday is:
- Tyler, The Creator - Headliner
- Baby Keem
- Kali Uchis
- Little Simz
- Roddy Ricch
- Snoh Aalegra
- AG Club
- Miraa May
Who are the headliners?
- A$AP Rocky
A$AP Rocky has recently hit the headlines for his high profile relationship with fellow music icon Rihanna, with the duo expecting their first child together.
He is most known for being part of the A$AP gang, which include A$AP Ferg, A$AP Yams and more.
His most popular songs include ‘Praise The Lord’ featuring Skepta, ‘Everyday’ with Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson.
His last album came in 2018, and was named ‘TESTING’.
- J. Cole
J Cole is an American hip hop artist who is regarded as one of the best lyricists of his generation.
His debut studio album was released in 2011, and debuted at number one of the US Billboard 200. His next two albums, Born Sinner and Forest Hills Drive both debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, with the latter earning him a Grammy nomination at the 2015 Grammy Awards.
His most notable songs are ‘No Role Modelz’, ‘Wet Dreams’ and ‘Middle Child’.
- Tyler, The Creator
After being active since 2007, Tyler The Creator only shifted towards alternative hip hop in 2015, and has enjoyed good success since then with songs such as ‘Earfquake’.
He has collaborated with some of the biggest artists in the world such as Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Pharrell Williams, Frank Ocean, Jay Z, The Weeknd and more.