Wireless festival 2013: Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z to join forces for third night
Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z will perform together for a newly added third date at Wireless festival.
The duo will preview their North American tour at the festival on Sunday 14 July, which will be held for the first time at the Olympic Park.
The two artists sang together at the Grammys, and have collaborated on Timberlake’s comeback single “Suit & Tie”.
The date has been added due to high demand for day one and day two tickets, when Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z will be performing separately.
Other acts announced today include hip-hop duo Rizzle Kicks, who will support JT and Jay-Z on Sunday 14 July, alongside NAS and A$AP Rocky.
Jay-Z is already confirmed as the main act on Saturday 13 July, when Rita Ora and Emelie Sande will perform as well. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Flux Pavilion and Zedd have been announced as support acts.
Additional acts confirmed to join Justin Timberlake on Friday 12 July include Ke$ha, Connor Maynard, Wretch 23, Iggy Azalea and Bingo Players.
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