Cardi B and Migos will share the stage on Friday night for their first ever co-headline slot, with Travis Scott topping the bill on Saturday and A$AP Rocky closing the festival on Sunday.
Other notable names on the lineup include Future, who is making his only UK festival appearance of the summer, as well as Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, Juice WRLD and Sheck Wes, who all appear on Saturday. The festival runs from July 5 to July 7 in London’s Victoria Park. Tickets are available from the festival’s web store now.
Following last year’s Wireless Festival, performers have been banned from using offensive language. Last year, it was confirmed that the bash had been granted a licence to remain in London’s Finsbury Park but the council asked performers not to swear or wear offensive clothes. Local group “Friends of Finsbury Park”, which is made up of residents in the area, previously called for the festival to be moved. They complained about noise levels, drug taking and anti-social behaviour at the festival.