Wireless Festival 2022: line-up announced and tickets on sale

Wireless Festival is set to take place across three sites in London and Birmingham this summer, starting with Crystal Palace Park (1-3 July), followed by Finsbury Park (8–10 July) and NEC Birmingham (8–10 July).

Tickets for the festival went on sale yesterday (February 28) and are currently still available.

Additions to the initial line-up reveal have now been announced, with audiences due to enjoy performances from major artists including Tyler the Creator, Doja Cat, ASAP Rocky, Cardi B, J Cole, Nicki Minaj, Dave, SZA and a return of Megan Thee Stallion.

It has also been revealed that BBC Radio 1Xtra is partnering with the festival for the first time this year, with the station set to air exclusive interviews and performances and its DJs will play live sets and host stages too.


In 2020 Wireless was cancelled due to coronavirus and was replaced with a virtual concert. Audience members could watch pre-recorded performances and exclusive footage on the MelodyVR app which provided a 360° virtual reality experience or the alternative content could viewed on Wireless’ Facebook page.

Watch a clip of Birmingham rapper Lady Leshurr delivering her virtual festival performance below.

Last year Wireless made its in-person return, featuring headline performances by Megan thee Stallion, Future, Skepta, Migos, Meek Mill, AJ Tracey, Young Thug, Headie One and Lil Uzi Vert. Wireless 2021 also included a surprise appearance from Drake who joined Future’s set, check out the frequently collaborating duo on stage here.

Secure your place at Wireless this July by getting tickets at www.wirelessfestival.co.uk.

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