After ten years of showcasing some of the world’s greatest and upcoming talent, New Look Wireless is throwing a party to end all parties to celebrate the festival’s tenth birthday. To warm up New Look Wireless fans before the big event, the 10th birthday show features an incredible line-up of some of the biggest old school names and established new talent, with this year’s New Look Wireless headliner, Drake, Rita Ora, Chance the Rapper and Katy B heading up the celebrations, the New Look Wireless 10th birthday show is not to be missed June 28th at Finsbury Park in London.
Tickets are on sale for priced at £69.50 ($103.68) at wirelessfestival.co.uk. VIP packages are available at vipnation.eu/wireless10.
With over a decade of hosting some of the biggest and upcoming names in the industry, Wireless is firmly established as the freshest, coolest and most prestigious party on the UK festival calendar. The 10th birthday line up celebrates some of the best UK and overseas talent, from headliner, Drake, a UK festival exclusive by Rita Ora, also Chance the Rapper and Katy B and the likes of old school acts such as Public Enemy, Black Star (Yasiin Bey AKA Mos Def and Talib Kweli) and Raekwon & Ghostface Killah, who will be performing the legendary album Only Built for Cuban Linx, through to new hip hop talents Kid Ink and Big Sean and US based talents such as Jhene Aiko, ILoveMakonnen, G-Eazy.
Operated by Live Nation, Wireless began in 2005 and has consistently been a highlight of the UK music festival calendar delivering world-class entertainment and experiences to the UK public. Over the last decade, Wireless has garnered an undeniable reputation for breaking and nurturing some of the biggest names in global entertainment – from debut UK headline performances from superstars such as JAY Z, Justin Timberlake and Kanye West and Rihanna, to developing home grown talent like Tinie Tempah and Labrinth. Wireless and its fans are undeniably at the cutting edge of modern music.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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