Wireless Festival 2014 line-up day splits

14:27 23 February 2014

Wireless Festival 2013 [Picture: Andrew Whitton]

Wireless Festival 2013 [Picture: Andrew Whitton]


Day splits for this summer’s Wireless Festival 2014 have been confirmed following the latest line-up announcement for London and Birmingham.

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The festival will return at two new venues this summer, with 2014 BRIT Award winners Bruno Mars, Ellie Goulding and Rudimental all playing over the weekend.

In the confirmed day splits, headliner Kayne West will play London’s Finsbury Park on Friday, July 4 and Perry Park in Birmingham on Sunday, July 6.

The London line-up for July 4 also features Happy singer Pharrell Williams, Basement Jaxx, Iggy Azalea, 2 Chainz, Giorgio Moroder, Foxes, Vic Mensa, Jess Glynne, Ella Eyre, Angel Haze and Joel Compass.

Drake will headline Finsbury Park on Saturday, July 5, a day after appearing at the Perry Park leg of Wireless 2014.

Wireless Festival 2014 headliners


London: Friday, July 4.

Birmingham: Sunday, July 6.


London: Saturday, July 5.

Birmingham: Friday, July 4.


London: Sunday, July 6.

Birmingham: Saturday, July 5.

The day’s line-up will also include Rudimental, Knife Party, Wiz Khalifa, Azealia Banks, B.o.B, Pretty Lights, Chance The Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, A$AP Ferg, Kwabs, G-Eazy, YG and Sage The Gemini.

BRIT Award winning best international male Bruno Mars will bring the festival to a close in London on the Sunday night, after playing Birmingham the day before.

Also appearing that day are the reformed OutKast, Ellie Goulding, J. Cole, John Newman, Salt-N-Pepa, Clean Bandit, Bleachers, A Great Big World, Raleigh Ritchie, Becky Hill, Neon Jungle and Dominique Young Unique.

Tickets for Wireless in London are on sale now, costing £65 per day, plus booking fee.

Early bird tickets for Birmingham are available at £62.50 plus booking fee, and early bird three-day tickets cost £160 plus booking fee.

Tickets are available at www.wirelessfestival.co.uk

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