The first bits of information about this year’s Wireless Festival have been made available to the public.
The festival will take place at three locations across two weekends.
Here’s all you need to know about the line up, ticket prices, and how to buy tickets.
Wireless Festival line up 2022 announced
Seven headliners for each of the three locations have been unveiled on Wireless’ website.
Crystal Palace Park, from July 1st to 3rd
Friday July 1st: A$AP Rocky / The Kid Laroi / Lil Uzi Vert / Don Toliver / Trippie Redd
Saturday July 2nd: J. Cole / Doja Cat / Playboi Carti / Gunna
Sunday July 3rd: Tyler The Creator / Roddy Ricch / Baby Keem / Kali Uchis / Little Simz / Snoh Aalegra
NEC Birmingham, from July 8th to 10th
Friday July 8th: Dave / Summer Walker / Gunna / Little Simz / BLXST
Saturday July 9th: Cardi B / Lil Baby / Burna Boy / Central Cee
Sunday July 10th: J. Cole / Roddy Ricch / D-Block Europe / Jack Harlow / Polo G
Finsbury Park, July 8th to 10th
Friday July 8th: Cardi B / Roddy Ricch / Megan Thee Stallion / Burna Boy / Giveon
Saturday July 9th: SZA / / Summer Walker / Jack Harlow / BLXST
Sunday July 10th: Nicki Minaj / / Lil Baby / Lil Durk / Polo G
What is the Wireless Festival age limit?
Children under the age of 5 are not allowed to attend Wireless Festival.
Those aged under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian aged 18 or over.
Can you camp at Wireless?
Wireless Festival is a non-camping event, meaning you need to leave and come back every day.
All three locations are relatively easy to get to using public transport and trains from the nearby metropolitan areas.
Wireless Festival ticket prices
Selling on Ticketmaster, day tickets start from £95, while three-day tickets start from £265. There are also monthly payment plans, starting from £33.66 for three months, £16.84 for six months, and £11.23 for nine months for day tickets. A £50 deposit is required for three-day tickets.