Tickets price, lineup, dates, location, and all you need to know about the Wireless Festival 2024

Asake, Rema, and Shallipopi, among others, are billed to headline the Gopuff Wireless Festival 2024 in the United Kingdom, according to the full lineup for the event recently announced.

African artists continue to gain prominence on the global stage, and the first wave of artists for the Gopuff Wireless Festival reflects this trend.

Wireless Festival 2024 is scheduled to be held from July 12, 2024, to July 14, 2024, at Finsbury Park in London, UK.

The 2024 edition of the festival will be its 18th edition, having been first held in 2005 and annually.

The only year the event did not hold was in 2020, which it was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

For the 2024 edition, Asake, Rema, and Shallipopi, are set to share the stage with global stars, including Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Doja Cat, with more artists to be announced at a future date.

This latest development was announced via a post on the official Instagram page of the festival on January 29, 2024.

Ticket sales

Tickets for the festival will be available for purchase from the official festival website starting on January 31, 2024.

Weekend tickets are priced at $258.25, two-day tickets are priced at $175.60 while day tickets are priced at $94.60, respectively.

Note that all ticket purchases are subject to processing fees, service taxes, and international purchasers may also be subject to currency conversion rate fluctuations.

Payment plans for the festival are also available, with all ticket prices being divided into five equal halves.

That means, $43.05 for weekend tickets, $29.25 for two-day tickets, and $18.92 for day tickets.

The lineup

Wireless Festival 2024 announced its first lineup in via an Instagram post. Other lineups set to be revealed sometime in the near future.

As earlier revealed, the current lineup includes several prominent artists, including Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat, 21 Savage, and Rema.

Nicki Minaj is popular for her multi-platinum-certified debut studio album, Pink Friday.
The album was released on November 22, 2010.

On the other hand, Doja Cat is known for her third studio album, Planet Her, which was released on June 25, 2021, and peaked as a chart-topper on the Kiwi album chart.

21 Savage is a British- American rapper best known for his second studio album, I Am > I Was.

That album was released on December 21, 2018, and peaked as a chart-topper on the Billboard 200 album chart.

Rema is a Nigerian singer who rose to prominence with his debut studio album, Rave & Roses, which was released on March 25, 2022.

Here’s the current lineup of the Wireless Festival 2024:

July 12, 2024 (Day 1)

* Nicki Minaj
* Future
* Ice Spice
* Ragz Originale
* DJ Target
* Remi Burgz
* Sean Paul
* Vanessa Bling
* Veeze

July 13, 2024 (Day 2)

* Gunna
* Sexyy Red
* Fridayy
* Skillibeng
* Byron Messia
* Shallipopi
* Strandz
* Kenny Allstar
* Seani B
* 21 Savage
* J Hus
* Asake

July 14, 2024 (Day 3)

* Uncle Waffles
* Ruger
* Teezo Touchdown
* Nadia Jae
* Snoochie Shy
* Doja Cat
* Rema
* Tyla
* Digga D

About the festival

Wireless Festival 2024 is being sponsored by several companies, with the headliner partner for the upcoming event being Go Puff, a retail delivery company.

British communication giant Three UK is the connectivity partner of the festival.

Bacardi, the brewing company, and Pepsi, the energy drink giant, are the beverage partners of Wireless 2024.

The travel partner of the festival is Big Green Coah.
They specialize in coach travel for live music events.

Wireless Festival is organized by a joint partnership between Live Nation and the UK music promoter Festival Republic.
It has a capacity of 50,000 people, and has featured prominent performers like Moby, Megan Thee Stallion, The Weekend, Calvin Harris, Avicii, and Drake, among others.

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