Gopuff delivers Wireless has today announced phase one of this year’s line-up, including a slew of superstar headliners, set to appear at Finsbury Park, London on 12-14 July 2024…
Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, J Hus, Doja Cat and Future will all be appearing at Wireless’ spiritual home of Finsbury Park this summer, alongside Ice Spice, Asake, Rema, Gunna, Sean Paul plus many more for what is set to be a mind-blowing weekend full of show-stopping cultural moments.
Bringing the global hip-hop, rap, R&B, trap and Afrobeats communities together in the capital for one weekend only, Gopuff delivers Wireless 2024 already boasts a seismic bill following today’s initial announcement. With phase two of the line-up dropping imminently, fans are encouraged to buy tickets early to avoid disappointment. Existing Three and Barclaycard customer pre-sales start at 9AM Monday 29 January. General tickets go on sale 10AM Wednesday 31 January, payment plans are available via www.wirelessfestival.co.uk/tickets.
Making a return to North London following huge demand, rap’s Royal Highness Nicki Minaj has set the tone in music and fashion for over a decade – making history and building her superstar personal brand along the way. As a songwriter she’s an award winner and record breaker and following the release of her latest chart-topping record Pink Friday 2, her headline performance at Wireless is expected to be nothing short of completely captivating as she returns to her UK festival home.
Award-winning, multi-platinum selling artist 21 Savage is one of the most sought-after rappers of his generation. He has scored consecutive number one records with his first two albums Savage Mode and Savage Mode 2 and Drake collaboration Her Loss, garnering a total of 3 billion overall streams to date. Two weeks ago he released his third solo record American Dream to vast critical acclaim, and fans can see him in all his glory when 21 Savage headlines Wireless 2024 in Finsbury Park this summer.
21 Savage says: “I’m so happy to be returning home to the UK and headlining Wireless for the very first time.”
British rapper and Afroswing pioneer J Hus is set for a hero’s return as he steps up to headline Wirelessfor the first time. Lauded by the likes of Drake, Dave, Burna Boy and Stormzy, J Hus has risen to prominence around the world with his blend of UK rap, Afro-beats, dancehall and R&B. 2023 saw the release of top fifteen single ‘It’s Crazy’, which preceded the East Londoner’s third album, Beautiful and Brutal Yard, and follow-up hit single ‘Who Told You’ which saw him join forces with megastar Drake. Now Wireless 2024 is J Hus’ for the taking.
Doja Cat is a global superstar. Influenced by the likes of fellow headliner Nicki Minaj, she has amassed over 20 billion worldwide streams to date. Doja Cat’s creativity and showmanship as a performer have been praised time and time again and she has delivered unique and show-stopping performances at music festivals across the world, with Wireless 2024 set to be no exception as she paints London town red.
Friday’s special guest Future is considered a pioneer of modern trap music. Highly regarded as one of the most influential rappers of his generation the Atlanta native was last billed to play the festival in 2021 when he brought out Drake as a secret guest, which has since gone down as an iconic moment in Wireless history.
New York icon Ice Spice, Nigerian Afrobeats star Asake, Afropop ambassador and Afro rave innovator Rema, ‘A Gift & a Curse’ creator Gunna, legendary dancehall and reggae performer Sean Paul, dynamo St. Louis rapper Sexyy Red, viral South African popstar Tyla, UK drill trailblazer Digga D and amapiano superstar Uncle Waffles D are also among the first names announced for Wireless 2024.
They’ll be joined across the weekend by producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fridayy, multi-award-winning musician Ruger, Jamaican dancehall rapper Skillibeng, ‘dancesoul’ pioneer Byron Messia, successful R&B stalwart Vanessa Bling, rising Nigerian artist Shallipopi, genre-bending musician Teezo Touchdown, Detroit rap enigma Veeze, forward-thinking, 90s rap influenced star Strandzand visionary producer and vocalist Ragz Originale.
Elsewhere the weekend will also host appearances from celebrated DJs and broadcasters from BBC 1Xtra DJ Target, Kenny Allstar, Nadia Jae, Remi Burgz, Seani B and Snoochie Shy, further cementing Wireless 2024 as a vital cultural hotspot.
Renowned for unforgettable ‘I was there’ moments, globe-trotting special guests and star-studded after parties, 2023’s edition of the event sold out far before the gates even opened, harnessing the three-day London festival as one of the most exciting events the capital has to offer. With phase two of the line-up dropping imminently, fans are encouraged to buy tickets for Wireless 2024 early to avoid disappointment.
General tickets go on sale at 10AM Wednesday 31 January, with payment plan options available, via www.wirelessfestival.co.uk/tickets.
Gopuff Delivers Wireless 2024 names announced today: