Wireless Festival 2021 Confirmed: From Line-Up To Tickets & New Crystal Palace Location – All The Details You Need
27 April 2021, 12:01 | Updated: 27 April 2021, 12:20
Wireless is going ahead in 2021 and the festival is moving to Crystal Palace, but what's the latest on tickets and who's on the line-up?
Wireless Festival has confirmed its return in 2021 and will take place at Crystal Palace Park in South London at the end of summer.
If you already had tickets for the festival which was meant to go ahead in 2020, they will automatically roll over to the 2021 event.
A star-studded line-up has been announced as well as all the details on how to get tickets.
Here's your guide to Wireless 2021…
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When is Wireless 2021?
Wireless has moved to later on in the year and will take place over the weekend of 10 - 12th September.
The festival usually takes place in July but the date has been pushed back in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"Early July was too much of a worry for us in the government's timing out of lockdown and we really wanted to ensure Wireless could happen this year," the official statement reads.
Who is on the full Wireless 2021 line-up?
Here is the full list of the line-up for Wireless Festival 2021:
Future, D Block Europe, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna, Mostack, Digga D, Young T & Bugsey, M1llionz, Unknown T, SL, Ivorian Doll, Tiffany Calver & Friends, DJ Semtex and Yinka.
Skepta, AJ Tracey, Meek Mill, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Swae Lee, Polo G, NINES, Tion Wayne, Steel Banglez, Central Cee, Hardy Caprio, JAY1, Swarmz, S1MBA, Blanco, Darkoo, Zie Zie, DJ Semtex and Manny Norte.
Migos, Megan Thee Stallion, Young Thug, Headie One, Rick Ross, M Huncho, MIST, Nafe, Smallz, Digdat, Chip, Potter Payper, K Trap, M24, Abra Cadabra, Poundz, Charlie Sloth & Friends, Yinka and Manny Norte.
Where is Wireless Festival 2021?
Wireless this year is set to go ahead at Crystal Palace in South London.
In 2019 the festival was held at Finsbury Park in North East London, but event organisers couldn’t make it work in their 2021 plans.
They said in a statement: "Unfortunately we couldn't make it work in Finsbury in September but we can in the beautiful Crystal Palace Park!"
When do Wireless 2021 tickets go on sale and how much do they cost?
First release tickets are sold out but you can buy final release tickets at wirelessfestival.co.uk.
Barclaycard exclusive access to tickets are available from midday today [April 27] and general tickets go on sale Thursday 29 April at midday.
Ticket holders who bought their admission in 2019 can still use their tickets as they roll over into this year.
Wireless 2021 Ticket Prices
Day Ticket (Final Release) - Face Value* £77.50
2 Day Ticket (Final Release) - £145.00
Full Weekend (Final Release) - £202.50
*plus booking fee.