Wireless Festival 2015 line-up: Nicki Minaj, Avicii and Drake set to perform

David Guetta and Kendrick Lamar are also set to appear at Finsbury Park

Jess Denham
Friday 30 January 2015 13:26
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Nicki Minaj will be performing at Wireless 2015
Nicki Minaj will be performing at Wireless 2015

Nicki Minaj, Drake and Avicii are among the headline acts confirmed for this summer's Wireless Festival.

Joining them on stage in London from 3-5 July are Kendrick Lamar, David Guetta, Labrinth, Jessie J, Clean Bandit and Knife Party.

Further artists preparing to perform include Gorgon City, Stormzy, George the Poet, Duke Dumont and Fuse ODG.

The Wireless Festival 2015 line-up

Wireless marks its 10th anniversary this year after relocating to Finsbury Park from the Olympic Park in 2013.

"We can't wait to bring Drake back to the main stage...This is our 10th birthday and we're going to make it one to remember," said Steve Homer, Live Nation promoter.

Last year's festival was headlined by Kanye West on both Friday and Saturday night after Drake was forced to pull out last minute due to illness. Bruno Mars took the Sunday headline slot.

The line-up was announced earlier today ahead of tickets going on sale next Tuesday 2 February from wirelessfestival.co.uk.

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