Finsbury Park


Friday 7th - Sunday 9th July 2017

Finsbury Park in London

From £62

Minimum age: 5

Wireless Tickets

Wireless 2017, London
Friday 7th July 2017 - Sunday 9th July 2017 tickets:

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Day tickets
Friday Single Day
Fri - 13:30-22:00 (Music start 15:30, strict curfew 22:00) // No Readmission
+ £7.00 bf
Saturday Single Day
Sat - 11:00-22:00 (Music start 13:00, strict curfew 22:00) // No Readmission
+ £7.40 bf
Sunday Single Day
Sun - 11:00-21:30 (Music start 13:00, strict curfew 21:30) // No Readmission
+ £7.40 bf

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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 Drake and Rihanna, to developing home grown talent like Tinie Tempah and providing huge international acts such as J.Cole with their first opportunity to play to UK crowds. Wireless and its fans are undeniably at the cutting edge of modern music. 

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.

Check out Drake and Skepta on stage together:


Disabled Access Information


Customers wishing to attend Wireless Festival with disabled access are instructed to purchase any standard event ticket for however long they wish to attend. The festival then ask for you to complete their application form for all access requirements and any PA/Carer ticket requests alongside your proof of disability documentation for validation of your request.


Supporting documents which we accept are:

DLA/PIP letter or equivalent – we do not accept Christmas bonus letters.

Letter from medical professional confirming your requirements stated on your registration form.

Blue Badge – this alone is not sufficient if applying for a PA ticket.

The Access Card or similar – you can include your card information under the Additional Notes section in your form.

Before the festival can review your request for disabled access they need a copy of both your completed registration form and supporting document. These need to be sent at the same time. Please feel free to cross out any details, such as reference number and financial amounts that are not directly relevant to your application. Wireless will keep these documents secure and once reviewed in full, will securely destroy them.

Once you have sent the form please be patient in waiting to hear back. If you have not heard from the festival within four weeks of sending in your application, please email them at the below address.

Once completed, you can send your form using any of the following methods:


Post: Access Team, Festival Republic, 35 Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7AU

Fax: 0207 379 6886 (for attention of Access Team)


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Wireless 2017 Line up

Chance The Rapper


The Weeknd

+ many many more


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Location of Wireless 2017

Finsbury Park.


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History of Wireless

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.

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