Wireless Festival Announce a Bumper Line-Up for the Festival of the Summer

Rockstar Energy presents Wireless announces more new names for 2024, boasting an even bigger, seismic bill for the must-attend event of the summer. The biggest and best celebration of hip-hop in Europe takes place at the festival’s spiritual home of Finsbury Park, London on 12-14 July 2024. Don Toliver, Destroy Lonely, Flo Milli, Valiant, Rich Amiri, Nemzzz, Homixide Gang and JoceWavy will all join previously announced superstar headliners Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, J Hus, Doja Cat and special guest Future for weekend packed with iconic cultural moments.

There’s no place like London on Wireless weekend, which brings the global hip-hop, rap, R&B, trap and Afrobeats communities together for an exclusive star-studded weekend. Renowned for unforgettable ‘I was there’ moments, globe-trotting special guests and glamorous after parties, the festival is well established as one of the UK’s most exciting events. 

Announced recently is Don Toliver, the multi-faceted star whose well-earned rise has placed him at the epicentre of the rap scene. His appearance at Wireless coincides with a new album, teased for release this summer. High-energy act Destroy Lonely are also amidst the most in-demand names now confirmed to appear at Finsbury Park, alongside rising rapper Flo Milli, following the release of her new album ‘Fine Ho, Stay’. Dancehall sensation Valiant and the boundary-breaking viral star Rich Amiri will also perform across the weekend, with rap experimenter Nemzzz, Atlanta duo and Opium-signees Homixide Gang and Afro-inspired hip hop DJ JoceWavy completing today’s new names set to appear at Wireless 2024.

All of these artists join previously announced superstar headliners Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, J Hus, Doja Cat and special guest Future as well as iconic acts Ice Spice, Asake, Rema, Gunna, Sean Paul, Sexyy Red, Tyla, Digga D, Uncle Waffles plus many more.

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Photography: Matt EachusBen Awin