Wireless Festival Finsbury Park: Schedule, line up, and how to get tickets

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Nicki Minaj will headline Wireless Festival on Sunday (Getty Images)
Nicki Minaj will headline Wireless Festival on Sunday (Getty Images)

Wireless Festival is back, with the first weekend taking place in Crystal Palace, followed by a second three-day event in Finsbury Park.

With major headliners including Cardi B, SZA, and Nicki Minaj, the north-London festival is not to be missed.

Fortunately for music fans, tickets are still available for the Finsbury Park weekend.

If you’re thinking of heading down next weekend, find out everything you need to know below.

When is Wireless Festival Finsbury Park?

Wireless Festival will take place in Finsbury Park on July 8, 9, and 10. On Friday July 8, doors open at 1.30pm and curfew is at 10.30pm.

On Saturday, doors open at 11am and curfew is at 10.30pm, while on Sunday, doors open at 11am and curfew is at 9.30pm.

Wireless Finsbury Park Friday Lineup

Cardi B, Roddy Rich, and Megan thee Stallion will headline on Friday, while Burna Boy, Giveon, Mahalia, Arrdee, Omah Lay, Rema, B Young, Enny, Ayra Starr, Cuppy, and Sian Anderson will also perform.

Wireless Finsbury Park Saturday Lineup

SZA, Summer Walker, H.E.R., and Jack Harlow are on top of the bill, while 6lack, Blxst, Jhene Aiko, Kaash Paige, Nadia Jae, Rubi Rose, Lucky Daye, Queen Naija, Bleu, Mnelia, Ruger, AMARIA BB, Bailey333, and Ace are also set to perform.

Wireless Finsbury Park Sunday Lineup

Sunday’s headliner is Nicki Minaj. Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Polo G, Lil Tjay, City Girls, Jnr Choi, Hazey, Tiffany Calver, Fireboy DML, Skillibeng, Shenseea, Unknown T, A1 x J1, J.I., Babyface Ray, and Seani B complete the lineup.

How to get Wireless Festival Finsbury Park tickets

Tickets for Wireless Festival at Finsbury Park are still available. Day tickets cost between £95 and £105 each, three-day tickets cost between £245 and £265 each, and Saturday and Sunday tickets cost between £168 and £188 each.

Tickets are available to buy through Ticketmaster–the link is accessible via the Wireless Festival website.

Festival organisers have warned music fans about scams, saying: “Beware of ticket touts and scams. Only purchase tickets via our website and our official ticket partners.

“Ticket touts and other sites can’t be trusted. Stay safe and check our website for the official links – don’t fall victim to a scam. Physical Tickets will be sent out 4 weeks prior to the Festival.”

Wireless Festival is partnering with BBC Radio 1Xtra for the first time, which will broadcast live on site and conduct exclusive backstage interviews.

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