Wireless Festival lineup: Cardi B, Migos, Travis Scott and A$AP Rocky to headline

Future, Rae Sremmurd, AJ Tracy, Young Thug and Tyga will also play the London festival

Jack Shepherd
Monday 28 January 2019 13:27
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Cardi B, ASAP Rocky, Travis Scott and Migos
Cardi B, ASAP Rocky, Travis Scott and Migos

Cardi B, Migos, Travis Scott and A$AP Rocky will headline this year's Wireless Festival.

Other artists announced on the line-up include Future, Rae Sremmurd, AJ Tracy, Young Thug and Tyga.

Rounding off the biggest names are Torey Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert, Ella Mai, Juice WRLD, and Stefflon Don.

The 2019 edition of the the festival, which takes place at London’s Finsbury Park, will take place between the 5 and 7 of July.

Cardi B had a hugely successful 2018, with her record Invasion of Privacy winning rave reviews and topping the US album charts.

She will co-headline the Friday night with Migos, who are set to release their fourth studio album Culture III later this year.

Both Travis Scott and A$AP Rocky are UK exclusive bookings. Both rappers released criticially acclaimed album last year; Astroworld and Testing, respectively.

Other acts announced include Lil Baby, Gunna, M Huncho, Unknown T, Ambush Buzzworl, Rich The Kid, Lil Skies, Ski Mask The Slump God, Denzel Curry, Bugzy Malone, D Block Europe, Loski, J.I.D, Maleek Berry, Steel Banglez, Cadet, Headie One, Flohio, NSG, B Young, Deno Driz, Russ Splash and DigDat.

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