Wireless Festival 2015 line-up latest additions

Mary J Blige has been added to the New Look Wireless 2015 line-up

Mary J Blige has been added to the New Look Wireless 2015 line-up


The New Look Wireless 2015 festival line-up just got bigger.

Organisers of the music festival today (Friday) added more acts to the hottest Wireless line-up to date.

The likes of A$AP Rocky, Mary J Blige, Major Lazer and Stromae will all appear at the three-day festival being held in Finsbury Park over the weekend of Friday, July 3 to Sunday, July 5.

Taking place just a short train journey from Potters Bar, the festival will be headlined by Drake on the opening night, with Avicii and Kendrick Lamar topping the Saturday night line-up.

David Guetta and Nicki Minaj will co-headline the closing Sunday night.

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Wireless promoter Steve Homer, of Live Nation, said: “This year we have an incredible line-up for New Look Wireless.

“We can’t wait to bring Drake back to the main stage, along with some of the best artists that span the world of hip-hop, dance, R&B and UK Garage. “

The full line-up so far, with more acts to be announced, and the day splits are:

* Friday, July 3: Drake, A$AP Rocky, Major Lazer, Labrinth, Nero, Duke Dumont, Partynextdoor, Joey Bada$$, Fuse ODG, Krept & Konan, iLovemakonnen, G-Eazy, Little Simz and OCD: Moosh and Twist.

* Saturday, July 4: Avicii, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J Blige, Knife Party, Robin Schulz, Tinashe, Childish Gambino, Gorgon City, Netsky, Raleigh Ritchie, Indiana, Collie Buddz and Stormzy.

* Sunday, July 5: David Guetta, Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Clean Bandit, Stromae, Rae Sremmurd, August Alsina, Wretch 32, Grandmaster Flash, Arrested Development, Logic, Pusha T and George the Poet.

Tickets for Wireless are on sale on from www.wirelessfestival.co.uk

Day tickets cost from £62.50 to £69.50 across the three-day weekend. Multi-day tickets will also be available.

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