Wireless Festival 2014: Kanye West, Drake and Bruno Mars confirmed to headline
Kanye West will return to take centre stage at the urban musical festival
Kanye West, Drake and Bruno Mars have been confirmed to headline this summer’s Wireless festival in London and Birmingham.
The three big acts will be joined by Pharrell Williams, Rudimental, Outkast, Basement Jaxx, Wiz Khalifa and Ellie Goulding from 4-6 July.
Kanye West will be headlining the festival in London’s Finsbury Park on Friday 4 July, before heading up to Birmingham’s Perry Park on Sunday 6 July.
Fresh from his three Grammy wins, Pharrell Williams will be supporting Kanye West along with Basement Jaxx, Iggy Azalea, Elle Eyre and Angel Haze.
Drake will be headlining on the Friday in Birmingham and the Saturday in London, supported by Brit nominees Rudimental, Wiz Khalifa, Azealia Banks, Pretty Lights, Chance the Rapper, Early Sweatshirt and A$AP ferg.
Bruno Mars will take centre stage to headline his first UK festival in London on Sun 6 July and in Birmingham on Sat 5 July.
Outkast will be supporting the American singer, alongside Ellie Goulding, John Newman, Salt-n-Peppa, Clean Bandit and Neon Jungle.
Tickets for Wireless Festival will be available from www.wirelessfestival.co.uk from Friday 31 January at 9am.
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