Wireless Festival info
Wireless Festival is one of the few festivals that lasts for an entire weekend, but doesn't allow camping. This means that a lot of the hassles and hardships with festivals simply don’t exist for this festival, all your efforts can be concentrated on having a good time, enjoying the atmosphere, and of course the music!
Held in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park previously, Wireless Festival 2014 moves to Finsbury Park a big venue which definitely fits the size and stature of this festival. Also Wireless Festival 2014 will also take place at a second site, Perry Park in Birmingham.
There'll be four huge stages at Wireless Festival 2014, showcasing the biggest artists, alternative groups, DJs and Dance acts, and a band stage which shows off new up and coming talent, big names in the making.
The main stage has attracted international superstars such as of Jay Z, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, The Black Eyed Peas, Blake, and Morrissey. The trend is set to continue with the organizers constantly outdoing themselves with each passing year.
Wireless Festival has firmly established itself as the festival to beat across Britain.
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Wireless Festival 2014 Lineup
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Wireless Festival News
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Location of Wireless Festival 2014
History of Wireless Festival
Wireless festival started out life in the summer of 2005. From its inception, Wireless Festival has gone from strength to strength. Originally held in Hyde Park, and occasionally at Harewood House, Wireless grew to become a massive four day festival to compete with the likes of Reading and Leeds festival. Now trimmed back to three days, and held at London?s iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Wireless continues to boast a lineup of some of the most impressive artists currently performing today. Previous headliners have included huge pop icons such as Rihanna, Blake, The Black Eyed Peas, Jay Z, Morrissey, and Kanye West. Wireless Festival 2014 looks like it could be the festival to beat across Britain this year.