By Ruben Gomes

Subedited by Courtney Heron wireless

As of 9am on the 31st January, tickets were on sale for biggest event of the summer; Wireless Festival, 2014.

Across the 4th, 5th and 6th July, artists from across the world will arrive in the UK to perform from midday to 10:30 pm.

The festival has a star-studded line up of over twenty artists, from up and coming British artists such as Neon Jungle and John Newman, to American headliners like Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Bruno Mars.

Canadian singer and rapper, Drake, will be headlining on Saturday 5th July in London and Friday 4th July in Birmingham, with day tickets for Saturday’s performances having already sold out.

Finsbury Park, London, will host the festival in the capital city as it has always been. Excitingly, for the first time since the festival’s creation ten years ago, Wireless will also be hosted in Perry Park, Birmingham in the West Midlands.

All artists will play at both venues over the three-day weekend, and perform over three stages.

For music fans across the UK, the main issue appears to be the price of the tickets. Ranging from £68.75 in Birmingham and £71.50 in London for single day tickets, to up to £210 for a three-day ticket, making Wireless a fantasy for some, rather than a reality.

Wireless is however not for everyone. Age restrictions do apply, with under 5’s not being allowed in the venue, and under 16’s having to be accompanied by an adult at all times. Any youthful looking over 16’s will be required to carry I.D.


To find out what some people had to say about the Wireless Festival click on the link: http://youtu.be/IjfNgMAcJSI


For more information and updates about the festival, visit the website on http://www.wirelessfestival.co.uk/info

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