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Wireless Festival 2023: Dates, line-up so far and how to get tickets

American rapper Travis Scott, who will perform on the second day of the three-day festival, raps on the track Antisocial with Ed Sheeran (Getty)
American rapper Travis Scott, who will perform on the second day of the three-day festival, raps on the track Antisocial with Ed Sheeran (Getty)

Tickets for Wireless Festival 2023 are on sale now with Travis Scott, 50 Cent and Playboi Carti as the first wave of performers announced recently.

They’ll be joined by the likes of Latto, Ice Spice, Flo, Lil Uzi Vert, Headie One, Bryson Tiller, Lil Durk and Popcaan across the weekend.

Fans can expect even more of the biggest names in rap, hip-hop and R&B to be announced. Last year’s event involved Nicki Minaj, Carid B and SZA headlining, with Megan Thee Stallion, Jack Harlow and Summer Walker also appearing.

When and where is Wireless Festival 2023?

This year’s event is due to return to north London’s Finsbury Park between Friday, July 7 and Sunday, July 9.

After taking over three locations ⁠– Crystal Palace, Finsbury Park and Birmingham ⁠– last summer, the festival will return to its original home for 2023.

Who is performing?

On Friday, July 7, Playboi Carti is set to headline, with appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Metro Boomin, Lancey Foux, Latto, Ken Carson, Destroy Lonely, Ice Spice and Lola Brooke.

On Saturday, July 8, Travis Scott will take the stage along with Headie One, Bryson Tiller, Joey Bada$$, Flo, Clavish and Mariah the Scientist.

Then on Sunday, July 9, UK duo D-Block Europe will headline and will star with Lil Durk, Popcaan, Lil Tjay, Dexta Daps, Glorilla, Black Sherif and Dreya Mac.

Further line-up announcements are set to be made in the coming weeks and months.

See the full line-up below:

Wireless Festival 2023 line-up (Wireless Festival 2023)
Wireless Festival 2023 line-up (Wireless Festival 2023)

How to get tickets

Tickets are available now and you can purchase them here.

Barclaycard and Three customers had exclusive access to presale tickets, which went on sale at 9am on Wednesday, January 25, and were available until 9am on Friday, January 27.

How much are Wireless tickets this year?

Prices for tickets range from £88 up to £269 depending on the package and how many days you wish to attend.

You can find out the breakdown for ticket prices below.

  • Three-day weekend ticket: £248.30–£269.80

  • Two-day weekend ticket: £167.40–£189.00

  • Friday day ticket: £88.00–£99.00

  • Saturday day ticket: £93.50–£104.50

  • Sunday day ticket: £88.00–£99.00