Bring out the candles, Wireless Festival turns ten
A festival mecca for the urban music fan, Wireless moves to a new home for 2014 taking over Finsbury Park in North London.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this July, Wireless has come a long way since its first, Kasabian-headlined incarnation back in 2005. The festival has seen everyone from Daft Punk to Morrissey passing through its ranks and now is the de facto gold standard for a weekend of the hardest and fastest chart hip hop, rap, rock and electronic music.
Offering an unrivalled collection of urban big-hitters from across international waters, Wireless is a three stage spectacular that we'll no doubt still be enjoying in another ten years time and beyond...
- Kanye West
- Bruno Mars
Chance The Rapper
Sage The Gemini
All About She
A Great Big World
Say Lou Lou
Dominique Young Unique
Finsbury Park is 110 acres of green public park in North London. Steeped in music history, the hallowed turf has witnessed everyone from Jimi Hendrix to Rage Against The Machine. The nearest tube station to the festival entrance is Finsbury Park (Piccadilly & Victoria Lines), though Manor House (Piccadilly Line) is only a 10 minute walk away, and the park is also served by nearly a dozen London bus routes.
Finsbury Park, Seven Sisters Road, London, N4 2DH, United Kingdom
No, festival-goers are not permitted to camp overnight in Finsbury Park.
Yes, there will be cash machines onsite, all which accept UK debit cards and some of which will accept international debit and credit cards. A fee will be charged to use the machines.
You are welcome to take food and soft drinks in to the festival as long as any soft drinks are held in unopened and sealed plastic or paper containers with a capacity of 500ml or less.If you are bringing food and drink, organisers ask you bring it in a carrier bag or small rucksack. Alcohol and glass containers/bottles are not permitted.
Wireless Festival is not suitable for young children. Children under 5 (Aged 4 or below) are NOT permitted. Children under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian (18 or over) at all times and will need a full price ticket. So if you're 16 or older you can come on your own, but remember to bring ID if you look young.
Yes, a number of facilities in the arena are provided to accommodate disabled customer's needs, including viewing platforms, seperate entrances and a free PA/companion ticket where required to ensure your stay is comfortable and most of all enjoyable.
- 12PM: Doors open
- 13:30PM: First act on the stage
- 22:30: Headliners finish
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