Wireless festival 2019: Line-up, tickets, dates and everything you need to know

Wireless festival will see some of the biggest names in rap and pop music from both sides of the Atlantic descend on north London for three days of music.

There’s a strong American contingent, with the likes of Cardi B, Migos and Travis Scott among the headliners, as well as fair few UK heroes — AJ Tracey, Bugzy Malone and Stefflon Don are all set to play.

They will come together for one of the liveliest festivals of the summer, with thousands of revellers ready to head north of the river to Finsbury Park.

This is everything you need to know about Wireless.

When is Wireless festival 2019?

The event will run across three days from Friday July 5 until Sunday July 7.

Where is Wireless festival?

It’ll all take place in Finsbury Park, north London. It will cover the entire area, with the entrance at the southern tip of the park, just off Seven Sisters Road.

Who’s on the Wireless festival line-up? And what are the stage times?

Festival organisers announced on July 3 that Lil Uzi Vert and Headie One have both cancelled their performances at Wireless. Jay1 will replace Headie One, while "a very special guest" is promised in place of Lil Uzi Vert. Check out the updated line-up below.

Friday July 5

Main stage

  • Cardi B - 9.30pm

  • Migos - 8pm

  • Tory Lanez - 7pm

  • Ella Mai - 6pm

  • Tyga - 5pm

  • Lil Skies - 4.20pm

  • Bugzy Malone - 3.30pm

  • Yinka - 3pm

Pepsi Max stage

  • Fredo - 8.40pm

  • One Acen - 7.50pm

  • IAMDDB - 6.55pm

  • Maleek Berry - 6.05pm

  • Jay1 - 5.10pm

  • NSG - 4.20pm

  • B Young - 3.30pm

  • Tim Westwood - 3pm

Saturday July 6

Main stage

  • Travis Scott - 9.10pm

  • Future - 7.40pm

  • TBA - 6.35pm

  • Young Thug - 5.35pm

  • Stefflon Don - 4.45pm

  • Juice WRLD - 3.55pm

  • Trippie Redd - 3.05pm

  • Yungen - 2.15pm

  • THEY. - 1.30pm

  • DJ Semtex - 1pm

Pepsi Max stage

  • Sheck Wes - 7.55pm

  • Lotto Boyzz - 7.05pm

  • Saweetie - 6.15pm

  • Unknown T - 5.35pm

  • M Huncho - 4.40pm

  • Blade Brown - 4.15pm

  • Steel Banglez - 3.40pm

  • Cadet Tribute - 2.55pm

  • DigDat - 2.15pm

  • Deno - 1.30pm

  • Tim Westwood - 1pm

Sunday July 7

Main stage

  • A$AP Rocky - 8.20pm

  • Rae Sremmurd - 7.10pm

  • Lil Baby - 6.15pm

  • Gunna - 5.20pm

  • Not3s - 4.30pm

  • Ski Mask The Slump God - 3.40pm

  • Lil Yachty - 2.50pm

  • Polo G - 2.25pm

  • Russ Splash - 1.55pm

  • Manny Norte - 1.20pm

Pepsi Max stage

  • AJ Tracey - 7pm

  • Rich The Kid - 6.10pm

  • Denzel Curry - 5.25pm

  • D-Block Europe - 4.40pm

  • Megan Thee Stallion - 3.55pm

  • J.I.D - 3.10pm

  • Tiwa Savage - 2.25pm

  • Flohio - 1.40pm

  • Lady Sanity - 1.05pm

  • Tim Westwood - 12pm​

Are there tickets left for Wireless festival?

All tickets are now completely sold out for this year’s festival. There are some available on unofficial resale sites as well as through social media, but these are often sold at inflated prices — and might leave buyers vulnerable to costly scams.

For more information, check out the official anti-tout guide here.

Is there camping at Wireless festival?

No. The festival site will close each night, meaning that attendees will have to head home or find other accommodation.

How to get to Finsbury Park for Wireless festival

Tube: Manor House station on the Piccadilly line is your best bet. It’s a 10-minute walk from the festival’s entrance, and right next to the exit at the end of the night. Finsbury Park station is undergoing major refurbishment works and therefore has reduced capacity, so is best avoided.

Car: There is no official parking at the festival and many roads around the area will be closed. Festival organisers advise against driving to Wireless.

Taxi: Uber will be running services to and from the festival, while there is a taxi rank outside Manor House station.

Bus: Routes 4, 19, 29, 106, 141, 153, 210,236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, W3 and W7 all pass by Finsbury Park, although due to road closures some will be diverted. Check TfL’s journey planner for more information on the day.

Coach: Big Green Coach will run services to and from the festival, servicing 21 locations across the country. Book here.