Wireless Festival is a pop, dance and urban music festival in London.
Returning to the iconic Finsbury Park, the festival is sure to be a highlight of the capital's festival calendar yet again.
Now with a strong reputation for booking global stars, in recent years the Wireless stages have played host to huge names; from Drake, Rihanna, and Kendrick Lamar to Avicii and Calvin Harris; as well hometown heroes BBK and Chase & Status last summer.
Finsbury Park is a 110-acre public park in North London, and is well connected to central London for those looking to carry on the night when the main party finishes.
BY PLANE: All of London's airport have easy connections into the city itself.
BY TRAIN: London is incredibly well connected to the rest of the UK, and the Eurostar runs in mainland Europe.
Once in the city, you can reach Finsbury Park by taking either the Victoria or Piccadilly line on the London Underground.
Wireless Festival is not suitable for young children. Children under 5 (aged 4 or below) are not permitted.
Children under 16 years old (aged 5-15) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian (18 or over) at all times and will need a full-price ticket.
If you're 16 or older you can attend on your own. Please bring ID with you.
No specific security updates have been communicated by the festival organisers. However, we will keep this page updated if any announcements are made.
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