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Wireless Festival 2024: Don Toliver, Flo Milli, Nemzzz and more join line-up

More acts have been added to the line-up for this year’s edition of Wireless Festival. Check out the full bill so far below.

The 18th instalment of the festival will return to its north London home of Finsbury Park this summer – kicking off on July 12 and running until July 14. In January, the first round of artists was released – confirming Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage as this year’s headliners.

Today (April 11), the second wave of artists hsa been unveiled. Flo Milli, Destroy Lonely and Homixide Gang will join Nicki Minaj, Future, Ice Spice, Sean Paul and more on Friday’s line-up, while Valiant and Jocewavy have been added to the stacked Saturday bill, headlined by 21 Savage and also featuring J Hus, Asake, Sexyy Red and others.

On the closing day – which is headlined by Doja Cat – fans can now see Nemzzz, Don Toliver and Rich Amiri perform alongside the likes of Rema, Tyla, Teezo Touchdown and more.

Don Toliver and Flo Milli last performed at the popular event in 2022, whereas Destroy Lonely and Homixide Gang (both signees of Playboi Carti‘s Opium label) took centre stage at last year’s edition.

Destroy Lonley performs live on the Main Stage during day one of Wireless Festival 2023 at Finsbury Park on July 07, 2023, in London, England. (Photo by Simone Joyner/Getty Images)

Tickets for Wireless Festival are on sale now are available here.

The updated line-up for Rockstar Energy presents Wireless Festival 2024 is:

Friday, July 12
Nicki Minaj
Ice Spice
Sean Paul
Destroy Lonely
Flo Milli
Vanessa Bling
Homixide Gang
Ragz Originale
DJ Target
Remi Burgz

Saturday, July 13
21 Savage
J Hus
Sexyy Red
Byron Messia
Kenny Allstar
Seani B

Sunday, July 14
Doja Cat
Don Toliver
Digga D
Uncle Waffles
Teezo Touchdown
Rich Amiri
Nadia Jae
Snoochie Shy

Ice Spice and PinkPantheress
Ice Spice and PinkPanteress at Wireless 2023. Credit: Simone Joyner/Getty Images

Wireless announced last year that they would be relocating to Finsbury Park after moving the iconic festival to Crystal Palace Park in 2021 following the pandemic.

There was an arrangement for the festival to take place at venues such as Hyde Park, Harewood House and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on a year-by-year basis. However, this was changed following Haringey Council signing a five-year deal with Festival Republic, the promoter of Wireless. The move was made to raise “significant income’ for North London as well as boost the local economy.

Last year’s Wireless Festival took place at Finsbury Park in July 2023. Travis Scott, Playboi Carti and D-Block Europe were named as UK-exclusive headliners. Other artists on the bill included Lil Uzi Vert, Headie One, Joey Bada$$, Lil Durk, Popcaan, Lola Brooke and Glorilla.

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